This paper presents a subjective assessment of the plausibility of a non-individualised dynamic binaural sound system, created using a dataset of binaural room impulse responses measured with a dummy head microphone. A signal detection theory analysis was carried out on the results, to assess the sensory difference between the simulation and reality. The design and objective validation of the system is also presented. A small but meaningful sensory difference was observed between real and binaurally simulated loudspeaker sounds.
Pike, Chris; Melchior, Frank; Tew, Tony
Affiliations: BBC Research &; Development, Salford, UK; University of York, Heslington, York, UK(See document for exact affiliation information.)
AES Conference: 55th International Conference: Spatial Audio (August 2014)
Paper Number: 6-1
Publication Date: August 26, 2014
Subject: Spatial Sound Psychophysics
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