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Here’s a demo of the EMA (incl. head tracking and elevated sounds): Refer to this post for more information on the EMA.
We proudly announce that the Journal of the Acoustical Society has just published our proposition of the equatorial microphone array (EMA): DOI: 10.1121/10.0005754 [ pdf ] The EMA is essentially a spherical microphone array (SMA) but with microphones only along the equator. Our … Continue reading →
Sascha Spors gave a talk on the simulation of ear signals using the binaural simulator of the two!ears project. The simulator is available as open source, as well as the two!ears auditory model.
Paper: Parameter Analysis for Range Extrapolation of Head-Related Transfer Functions using Virtual Local Wave Field Synthesis
At the 41st German Annual Conference on Acoustics (DAGA) we presented the contribution Winter, F.; Spors, S. : “Parameter Analysis for Range Extrapolation of Head-Related Transfer Functions using Virtual Local Wave Field Synthesis”. In Proc. of the 41. Jahrestagung für … Continue reading →
Benjamin Bernschütz from the Laboratory for Acoustics, Audio Technology and Audio Signal Processing of the Cologne University of Applied Sciences has released a set of acoustic measurements under the Creative Commons license. The released data includes spatial impulses captured at … Continue reading →
At the current state, head-related transfer functions (HRTFs) are stored in a multitude of different formats.This holds also for other spatially oriented acoustic data, for instance impulse responses captured by spherical microphone arrays or directivity patterns of loudspeakers/microphones. This makes … Continue reading →