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Paper: Is Sound Field Control Determined at all Frequencies? How is it Related to Numerical Acoustics?
The paper Is Sound Field Control Determined at all Frequencies? How is it Related to Numerical Acoustics? published by Franz Zotter and Sascha Spors at the 52nd International Conference of the Audio Engineering Society reviews the physical foundations of Sound … Continue reading
In the last Proceedings of the IEEE S. Spors, H. Wierstorf, A. Raake, F. Melchior, M. Frank and F. Zotter published a review about the current state of spatial audio reproduction and its perception. Here we are adding supplementary material … Continue reading
Integrating the 2nd International Auralization Symposium, and the 5th International Symposium on Ambisonics and Spherical Acoustics Invitation and Call for Papers The EAA Joint Symposium on Auralization and Ambisonics will be held on 3–5 April, 2014 in Berlin, hosted by … Continue reading
Franz Zotter has organized the course “Cutting Edge in Spatial Audio” at the EAA Winter School which was taking place before the 40th Italian (AIA) Annual Conference on Acoustics and the 39th German Annual Conference on Acoustics (DAGA) in Meran, … Continue reading
A maintenance release of the SoundScape Renderer (SSR) is available. The major changes are several bugfixes and improvements fixed Polhemus tracker support on MacOSX introduced “reference offset” for tracking people within loudspeaker arrays The new release 0.3.4 (“Pianoforte”) can be … Continue reading
Release 0.3.4 (“Pianoforte”) of the SoundScape Renderer (SSR) is available. It fixes a number of minor bugs. Find more infomation in this post of the Spatial Audio Research BLOG of the TU Berlin.
Article: A Modal Analysis of Spatial Discretization of Spherical Loudspeaker Distributions Used for Sound Field Synthesis
In a recent article the spatial discretization of a spherical secondary source distribution was discussed in depth: J. Ahrens and S. Spors. A modal analysis of spatial discretization in spherical loudspeaker arrays used for sound field synthesis. IEEE Transactions on … Continue reading
We are happy to announce the first public and open source release of our Sound Field Synthesis (SFS) Toolbox. It is a toolbox for Matlab/Octave to numerical simulate different SFS methods like Wave Field Synthesis (WFS) or higher order Ambisonics … Continue reading
I proudly announce that some time ago, I submitted the manuscript of a monography on sound field synthesis to Springer who will publish it under the title Analytic Methods of Sound Field Synthesis in spring 2012. You can find the … Continue reading
The International Conference on Spatial Audio 2011 takes place from November 10 to 13 at Detmold University of Music. This expert‘s summit will examine current systems for multichannel audio reproduction and complementing recording techniques, and discuss their respective strengths and … Continue reading