A method for recreating complex soundscapes for tasks related to audio quality evaluation is presented. This approach uses an ambisonics-inspired basis for recreating dynamic noise in a system compatible with ETSI standard EG 202 396-1 for background noise reproduction. Recordings were captured with a spherical 32-microphone array and processed to match the two-dimensional four-loudspeaker array by creating four directional beams, each feeding an individual channel. As a result, a spatial background noise ambience is recreated, preserving the transient characteristics of the original recording.
Koszewski, Damian; Banas, Jan; Maziewski, Przemyslaw; Trella, Pawel; Pach, Pawel; Klinke, Piotr; Stanczak, Dominik; Kuklinowski, Maciej
Affiliation: Intel Technology Poland, Gdansk, Poland
AES Convention: 151 (October 2021) eBrief:647
Publication Date: October 13, 2021
Subject: Multichannel and spatial audio processing and applications
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