The chair of SC-05-05, B. Olson, convened the meeting. The agenda and the report from the previous meeting were approved as written.
Current development projects
AES-X05 Room and Source Simulators: Specification and Evaluation of Computer Models for Design and Auralization; Recommendations for Transportable Input and Output Files
No discussion took place.
AES-X70 Smoothing Digitally-derived Frequency Response Data on A Fractional Octave Basis
No discussion took place.AES-X83 Loudspeaker Polar Radiation Measurements Suitable for Room Acoustics
B. Olson demonstrated the technical feasibility of importing a variety of data sets measured using the parameters recommended in X83-PWD-RC-010512.PDF. A full 5 degree data set of 2522 files, a half symmetrical 5 degree data set of 1297 files, and a full symmetrical 5 degree data set of 667 files were shown. Also shown were polar-only data sets.AES-X108 Measurement of the acoustical and electroacoustic characteristics of personal computers
All files were stored as impulse responses in Midrosoft Wave format. The file-naming mechanism avoids long-file-name issues by restricts names to an 8.3 format. This mechanism is operating-system-independent intended to across all platforms.
In it, all wave files should be stored in the form, IRXXXYYY.wav.
XXX represents a 3 digit value from 000 to 360 degrees of the angle for the meridian. This value is also called the horizontal or phi angle. When looking into the mouth of a horn pointed at the receiver, 0 degrees is to the right side and increases in a counter-clockwise direction. 90 degrees is to the top side looking into the mouth of a horn and 180 degrees is to the left side.
YYY represents a 3 digit value from 000 to 180 degrees of the angle for the parallels. This is also called the vertical or theta angle. 0 degrees is the on-axis aiming point.
All angle values are padded with zeroes to three places so that all file names are of a uniform length. This file-naming convention allows for up to 1 degree resolution data sets.
Data for sensitivity and impedance over the measured bandwidth should be stored in a text file with the extension 'txt'. The file name should be the filename used to designate the loudspeaker.
The files should be contained in a separate folder for each loudspeaker. The default name of this folder should be the same as that selected for the .txt filename.
No discussion took place.AES-X122 Loudspeaker Radiation and Acoustical Surface Data Measurements: How They Apply to Usage Environments
No discussion took place.New projects
No project requests were received or introduced.
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