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Directivity Patterns Controlling the Auditory Distance

ID 53742
Abstract What influence does the directivity of a sound source have on the perceived distance impression in a room? We propose different directivity pattern designs able to modify the auditory source distance. The idea is accompanied with a comprehensive experimental study investigating the audio effect and its behavior by auralization of directional sound source and room using a 24-channel loudspeaker ring inside an anechoic chamber. In addition to the proposed directivity designs, the study covers influence of auralized room, source-to-receiver distance, signal, and single-channel reverberation. Moreover, simple room acoustical measures perform well in predicting the new effect.
Edition Proceedings DAFX 2016
Monat 09
Name DFAX
Ort Brno (Tschechien)
Anmerkung procedure: peer-reviewed
Status veröffentlicht
Art der Arbeit full paper
Publikationsart Konferenzband-Beitrag
Jahr 2016
AutorInnen Wendt, F., Frank, M., Zotter, F., Höldrich, R.
EditorInnen Schimmel, J.