Auditory virtual environment with dynamic room characteristics for music performances

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Choi, Daniel Dhaham
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2013-08
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A room-adaptive system was designed to simulate an electro-acoustic space that changes room characteristics in real-time according to the content of sound. In this specific case, the focus of the sound components is on the different styles and genres of music. This system is composed of real-time music recognition algorithms that analyze the different elements of music, determine the desired room characteristics, and output the acoustical parameters via multi-channel room simulation mechanisms. The system modifies the acoustic properties of a space and enables it to "improvise" its acoustical parameters based on the sounds of the music performances.
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August 2013
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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY
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