AES Dublin Paper Session P02: Perception

AES Dublin 2019
Paper Session P02

P02 - Perception

Wednesday, March 20, 10:30 — 12:30 (Meeting Room 2)

Malachy Ronan, Limerick Institute of Technology - Limerick, Ireland

P02-1 Comparison of Recording Techniques for 3D Audio Due to Difference between Listening Positions and Microphone ArraysToru Kamekawa, Tokyo University of the Arts - Adachi-ku, Tokyo, Japan; Atsushi Marui, Tokyo University of the Arts - Tokyo, Japan
The listening experiments comparing three recording techniques for 3D audio, namely Spaced Array, One-point Array, and Ambisonics were executed. First, the evaluation attributes were extracted referring the Repertory Grid Technique. Then participants compared the differences between these microphone techniques including the difference in listening position. From the results, the difference depending on the listening position is the smallest in the Spaced Array. Besides, it is estimated that Ambisonics gives the impression of “hard,” One-point Array gives “rich” and “wide,” and Spaced Array gives “clear” and “real.” Furthermore, “real” was evaluated from the viewpoint of clarity and the richness of reverberation, with a negative correlation with the spectral centroid and a positive correlation with the reflection from lateral and vertical, respectively.
Convention Paper 10136 (Purchase now)

P02-2 [moved to Session 8]N/A

P02-3 Investigation into the Influence of Electromechanical Characteristics of Electrodynamic Transducers on Sound Quality PerceptionSemyung Son, Hyundai Mobis - Yong-in, Kyung-ki, Korea; Juyoung Jeon, Hyundai Mobis - Yong-in, Kyung-ki, Korea; Junbae Choi, Hyundai Mobis - Yongin-si, Korea; Mikhail Pakhomov, SPB Audio R&D Lab - St. Petersburg, Russia
The two most noticeable types of distortion in an audio signal path—frequency and nonlinear—are frequently analyzed by researchers and developers in terms of auditory perception. The effect of transient distortion, though insufficiently studied, is evident in subjective listening tests when comparing loudspeakers with similar frequency response and no audible nonlinear distortions. In the present study we conducted loudspeaker measurements and subjective evaluations to define the critical factors based on the loudspeaker’s electromechanical characteristics that affect transient distortion and determined relations between the factors’ values and subjective scores.
Convention Paper 10135 (Purchase now)

P02-4 Poster Introductions 2N/A
The purpose of Poster Introductions at the end of certain paper sessions is to give the poster authors a chance to briefly outline what is in their paper and encourage people to come to their poster session and ask questions. • Audio-Driven Multimedia Content Authentication as a Service—Nikolaos Vryzas; Anastasia Katsaounidou; Rigas Kotsakis; George Kalliris; Charalampos Dimoulas • ANC System Using Secondary Path Modeling Based on Driver’s Position in Vehicle—Seyeong Jang; Jongin Jung; Hyungsub Lim • Pop and Rock Music Audio Production for 22.2 Multichannel Sound: A Case Study—Will Howie • Sound Recording Studio Renovation at the University of Victoria—Bezal Benny; Kirk McNally

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