This paper details a case study evaluation of a recording experience in a networked XR simulation of the renowned BBC Maida Vale Recording Studios. The system allows multiple remote musicians to connect over a network, providing a shared virtual acoustic space, with interactive immersive audio, XR display, and low-latency throughput. A four-piece rock band used this system in a live recording session, performing under different latency and audio conditions. Technical setup and case study protocol is detailed. Evaluation is provided in the form of Quality of Experience rating, tempo analysis, and a semi-structured exit interview.
Cairns, Patrick; Hunt, Anthony; Johnston, Daniel; Cooper, Jacob; Lee, Ben; Daffern, Helena; Kearney, Gavin
Affiliation: AudioLab, School of Physics Engineering and Technology, University of York, York, UK
JAES Volume 71 Issue 6 pp. 313-325; June 2023
Publication Date: June 3, 2023
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