Spatial audio is a research field with an active development, motivated by the advances in Augmented and Virtual Reality. One of the main building blocks for spatial audio and acoustic research is the availability of real, measured impulse responses. The SOFA convention (AES69-2015) is a standardized file format for the storage of such data, with a widespread support among the research community. In this work we present pysofaconventions, a full implementation of the SOFA specification for the Python programming language.
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