AES New York 2015 Presenter or Author

Tony Doyle

Primary Affiliation: University of York - York, UK

Tony Doyle is an Irish musician/performer/composer/producer/lecturer. Undergraduate studies were in Jazz music performance and composition at Newpark School of Music, classical performance at Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) and classical composition at Trinity College Dublin (TCD). Postgraduate studies were in Music and Media Technologies at TCD. Doyle recently completed an Irish Research Council funded PhD at the Digital Media Arts Research Centre (DMARC) University of Limerick. Research areas included Psychoacoustics, Auditory Scene Analysis, Multichannel Audio, Multichannel Composition.

Doyle is currently working as a postdoctoral research associate working on the EPSRC-funded project Spatial Audio for Domestic Interactive Entertainment (SADIE). The project aims to provide significant transformative improvements in spatial sound delivery for interactive media experiences in domestic living rooms. It focuses on creating immersive virtual auditory environments (VAEs) such as those found in gaming or virtual reality simulations. The research enables scientific advances in perceptual modelling of dynamic sound source/listener movement and elevation, adapting to head movements and translation of the listening position in an interactive game, providing a new algorithmic basis for enhanced spatial audio quality, focus and immersion.

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Session List

Oct 30: P11: Spatial Audio
Height Perception in Ambisonic Based Binaural Decoding (Author)
An HRTF Database for Virtual Loudspeaker Rendering (Author)

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