tim's project(s)

The role of head movement in the analysis of spatial impression

This project will investigate the effects of head movements on the spatial perception of sound, with a view to improving objective measurements and modelling. More info can be found at http://www.sur

Submitted by tim on 20 October, 2006 - 13:20.

Towards a Spatial Ear Trainer

This project lays the groundwork for the development of a system to train listeners to hear spatial audio attributes. It includes the development of synthesis techniques for exemplary stimuli and of sensory profiling techniques for stimulus validation.

Submitted by tim on 20 October, 2006 - 13:19.

Listener Training for Spatial Audio Evaluation

The aim of this project is the development and validation of an ear training system for spatial audio evaluation. More info is available at http://www.surrey.ac.uk/soundrec/php/kassier.php

Submitted by tim on 20 October, 2006 - 13:16.

Perceptual Considerations in Audio Morphing

This project develops a sound hybridisation system whose parameters are steerable by perceptually-meaningful timbral descriptors. More project information is available at http://www.surrey.ac.uk/soun

Submitted by tim on 20 October, 2006 - 12:50.

An Onset-Guided Spatial Analyser for Binaural Audio

A novel system of computer algorithms is formulated to perform onset-guided source localisation using binaural stimuli. The main components of the system are a model of the human auditory periphery, an onset detector, a running localisation algorithm, and appropriate logic to combine these.

Submitted by tim on 19 October, 2006 - 15:00.

Perceptually motivated measurement of spatial sound attributes for audio-based information systems

A novel acoustic measurement technique has been developed and refined such that it can now provide an accurate prediction of human perception of source direction, apparent source width and environment width.

Submitted by tim on 19 October, 2006 - 14:55.
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