Binaural signals of moving sources are synthesized using head-related impulse responses. The ear signals are synthesized such that the physical properties are correctly contained. The source signal at each time intsance is filtered by the instantaneous head-related impulse response and this wavelet is superimposed at the external ear. A number of properties of synthetic binaural signals are investigated. The spectral shift and head shadowing effect are analyzed in the time domain and in the time-frequency domain. The interpolation/extrapolation methods are employed to compute unmeasured head-related impulse responses. Artifacts caused by these processes are briefly reviewed.
Hahn, Nara; Sung, Doo-Young; Sung, Koeng-Mo
Affiliation: Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
AES Convention: 131 (October 2011) Paper Number: 8572
Publication Date: October 19, 2011
Subject: Posters: Spatial Audio Processing
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