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Development of an analysis method for the extraction of sound synthesis parameters from driving noise of motor vehicles

Authors Czuka, M.
Year 2014
Thesis Type Audio Engineering project
Topic Audio Signal Processing
Abstract Building upon an existing IEM sound design tool for vehicles, an analysis method for extracting sound synthesis parameters from a recorded vehicle driving noise has been developed in this project. Using these parameters, the user is enabled to design an engine speed- and torque-dependent engine sound for the interior acoustic of a vehicle. This acoustic feedback provides the driver with additional information regarding his / her driving behaviour, in order to prevent higher power consumption and, respectively, an increased risk of an accident. In the second part of the project, an easy-to-use graphical user interface has been developed for the sound design tool using the programming language C#.
URL http://phaidra.kug.ac.at/o:62189
Supervisors Jany-Luig, J.