9 Works

An Anechoic Recording of Cicero’s 3rd Cataline Oration: Italian, Latin and German

Christoph Böhm, Felicitas Fiedler, Stefan Weinzierl, Erika Holter, Susanne Muth, Una Schaefer & Sebastian Schwesinger
This data set contains three anechoic recordings of an excerpt of Cicero's 3rd Cataline Oration in Italian, Latin and German language.

The FABIAN head-related transfer function data base

Fabian Brinkmann, Alexander Lindau, Stefan Weinzierl, Gunnar Geissler, Steven Van De Par, Markus Müller-Trapet, Rob Opdam & Michael Vorländer
This data base includes head-related transfer functions (HRTFs), headphone transfer functions (HpTFs), and 3D-meshes of the FABIAN head and torso simulator. More detailed information is provided in the documentation within the data base.

An Anechoic Recording of Demosthenes’ 1st Olynthic Oration in German

Christoph Böhm, Felicitas Fiedler, Stefan Weinzierl, Erika Holter, Susanne Muth, Una Schaefer & Sebastian Schwesinger
This data set contains two anechoic recordings of an excerpt of Demosthenes’ 1st Olynthic Oration in expressive and loud speech in German language.

BRAS - Benchmark for Room Acoustical Simulation

Lukas Aspöck, Fabian Brinkmann, David Ackermann, Stefan Weinzierl & Michael Vorländer
Increased the level of detail in the 3D models and added scale pictures of scene details. Added directivity data for the dodecahedral speaker. Added fitted absorption coefficients that result in an Eyring reverberation time that matches the measured reverberation time.

GRAS - Ground Truth for Room Acoustical Simulation

Lukas Aspöck, Fabian Brinkmann, David Ackermann, Stefan Weinzierl & Michael Vorländer
The Ground truth for Room Acoustical Simulation (GRAS) database contains eleven acoustical scenes that are intended for the evaluation of room acoustical simulation software. This comprises simple scenes that isolate certain acoustic phenomena, as well as complex environments of different shape and size. Each scene consists of (a) a scene description giving the room geometry, and the positions of the acoustic sources and receivers, (b) the corresponding source and receiver characteristics, (c) the description of...

Extending the closed-form image source model for source directivity (Digital appendix)

Vera Erbes & Fabian Brinkmann
References: Fabian Brinkmann, Vera Erbes, and Stefan Weinzierl, "Extending the closed-form image source model for source directivity." Fortschritte der Akustik - DAGA 2018, March, Munich, Germany.

A Database of Anechoic Microphone Array Measurements of Musical Instruments

Stefan Weinzierl, Michael Vorländer, Gottfried Behler, Fabian Brinkmann, Henrik Von Coler, Erik Detzner, Johannes Krämer, Alexander Lindau, Martin Pollow, Frank Schulz & Noam R. Shabtai
A collection of 3305 single notes of 41 musical instruments of different historical periods was recorded and analyzed. The database includes the instrument recordings, radiation patterns (directivities), and audio features such as the sound power or spectral centroid along with information about the identity and the making of the instrument and its player. The database can be used in virtual reality applications such as room acoustic simulation and auralization, or for the study of musical...

A Database of Anechoic Microphone Array Measurements of Musical Instruments

Stefan Weinzierl, Michael Vorländer, Gottfried Behler, Fabian Brinkmann, Henrik Von Coler, Erik Detzner, Johannes Krämer, Alexander Lindau, Martin Pollow, Frank Schulz & Noam R. Shabtai
A collection of 3305 single notes of 41 musical instruments of different historical periods was recorded and analyzed. The database includes the instrument recordings, radiation patterns (directivities), and audio features such as the sound power or spectral centroid along with information about the identity and the making of the instrument and its player. The database can be used in virtual reality applications such as room acoustic simulation and auralization, or for the study of musical...

Music mixes for comparison of wave field synthesis, surround, and stereo

Christoph Hold & Hagen Wierstorf
Four different music mixes are provided in the form of loudspeaker driving signals. Each mix was produced for wave field synthesis, surround, and stereo by the same mixing engineer. This allows a direct comparison of the different reproduction methods in listening tests.

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