Professor M.J Hawksford (joint founder of LFD): Low-frequency sound source localization as a function of closed acoustic spaces

Further development of an emerging generalized theory of low-frequency sound localization in closed listening spaces is presented that aims to resolve the ambiguities inherent in previous research. The approach takes a robust set of equations based on source/listener location, reverberation time and room dimensions and tests them against a set of evaluation procedures to explore image location against theoretical expectations. Phantom imaging is germane to the methodology and its match within the theoretical framework is investigated. Binaural recordings are used to inspect a range of closed environments for localization clues each with a range of source-listener placements. A complementary series of small-scale listening tests are included for perceptual validation.

Low-frequency sound source localization as a function of closed acoustic spaces (PDF Download Available). Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/258926939_Low-frequency_sound_source_localization_as_a_function_of_closed_acoustic_spaces [accessed Nov 10 2017].

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