The article The Synthesis of Sound Figures published by Karim Helwani, Sascha Spors and Herbert Buchner in the Journal Multidimensional Systems and Signal Processing discusses the synthesis of sound fields within a predefined region in space. The problem is formulated by separating the sound field into regions with high acoustic level, so-called bright regions, and zones with low acoustic level (zones of quiet) by time independent virtual boundaries. An analytic solution to the problem is developed and its application using established sound field synthesis techniques is shown including an analysis of practical limitations.
Tagsacoustic focusing Android Audio Engineering Society audio examples Auditory Modeling auditory models beamforming Binaural Model Binaural Room Transfer Function Binaural Synthesis Evaluation focused sources Head-Related Transfer Functions head-relatet impulse responses Higher-Order Ambisonics Interaction linux Localization local sound field synthesis Local Wave Field Synthesis loudspeaker array microphone array modal-beamforming Octave Perception perceptual assessment python Reproducible Research SFS Toolbox SOFA Sound Field Synthesis Sound Figures SoundScape Renderer Spatial Sampling spectral division method spherical acoustics spherical microphone array system identification time-reversal tips & tricks translatory head-movements tutorial two!ears virtual acoustics Wave Field Synthesis
Pingback: Happy Christmas 2014 | spatialaudio.net