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In archaeoacoustics research, computational tools and analyses frequently enmesh with human performance. Broadening the definition of archaeological auralization to encompass the investigative process of specifying and enacting the re-sounding of archaeological spaces, objects, and events positions auralization as a methodology for the sensory exploration of anthropological research questions.
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A foundational tool for archaeoacoustical and archaeomusicological fieldwork, auralization allows contextualized testing and measurement of spatial and instrumental acoustics, along with their perceptual evaluation. As a fieldwork methodology, archaeological auralization is both process and product: Recordings of Italian Opera orchestra and soloists in a silent room.
Anechoic recordings of symphony orchestra have been proposed in the literature and have been used in a multitude of studies concerning both innovative measurements and psychoacoustic experiments. Using the same approach, the present work Using the same approach, the present work shows the results of a recording campaign focused on the Italian Opera.
Different motifs from Italian Operas have been played by professional musicians and soloist in the silent room of the Bologna University. The excerpts have been chosen both because of their musical style characteristics and their acoustic properties dynamics, tymbre, vibrato. The chosen motifs come from scores of Donizetti, Verdi and Puccini, in order to consider various orchestrations and Opera styles. Auralisation of Railway Noise: Within the research project TAURA, a traffic noise auralisator will be developed that covers road traffic and railway noise.
This paper focuses on an emission synthesiser for railway noise and presents a synthesiser concept for rolling This paper focuses on an emission synthesiser for railway noise and presents a synthesiser concept for rolling and impact noise. The synthesis is based on a physical approach in which the noise generation mechanism is modelled in the time domain.
As a starting point, an equivalent roughness pattern of each wheel and the rail are generated. Transfer paths describing the vibrational behaviour and the radiation of wheels and rail are implemented as digital filters. This approach features a high degree of flexibility but requires knowledge of the detailed model parameters.
The influence of vision on the perception of auralized sounds. The aim of the Auralization process is to create audible sound files from numerical data, which can be simulated, measured or synthesised . Moreover recently this process is even more frequently used in combination with visual scenarios.
Today, even though the computing power and data storage allows a better managing and processing of the information, Outdoor Auralization remains still demanding. In order to reduce the computation load needed for the auralization of outdoor environments, the efforts of experts are oriented to reach a perceptually correct or plausible auralization rather than a physically correct auralization .
For human—computer interaction, most devices use the fingers, sometimes the whole hand. And short of organ pedals, the fingers remain the primary source of triggering musical instrument digital interface MIDI synthesizers. This project offers an alternative in using the color intensity and hue controlled through objects manipulated or worn as clothing or ornament by the human body, as detected by a camera across the several zones of the video image. The method is explained in this report, along with pitfalls, perturbations, as well as performance and paradigm.
While the technique of auralization has been in use for quite some time in architectural acoustics, the application to environmental noise has been discovered only recently. With road traffic noise being the dominant noise source in most With road traffic noise being the dominant noise source in most countries, particular interest lies in the synthesis of realistic pass-by sounds. This article describes an auralizator for pass-bys of accelerating passenger cars.
The key element is a synthesizer that simulates the acoustical emission of different vehicles, driving on different surfaces, under different operating conditions. Audio signals for the emitted tire noise, as well as the propulsion noise are generated using spectral modeling synthesis, which gives complete control of the signal characteristics. The sound of propulsion is synthesized as a function of instantaneous engine speed, engine load and emission angle, whereas the sound of tires is created in dependence of vehicle speed and emission angle.
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The sound propagation is simulated by applying a series of time-variant digital filters. To obtain the corresponding steering parameters of the synthesizer, controlled experiments were carried out. The tire noise parameters were determined from coast-by measurements of passenger cars with idling engines. To obtain the propulsion noise parameters, measurements at different engine speeds, engine loads and emission angles were performed using a chassis dynamometer. The article shows how, from the measured data, the synthesizer parameters are calculated using audio signal processing.
See the project website at http: With the advent of affordable high resolution hardware, e. Arguments can be put forward for the separation of direct and reflected components of the sound field and reproducing them through appropriate transducers, but there is no definite tested outcome available about that. In this work the In this work the perceptual effect of angular separation in commonly used 5.
Four listening experiments were performed involving several schemes of separation and a variety of experimental conditions.
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