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No dynamic visual capture for self-translation minimum audible angle

Auditory localization is affected by visual cues. The study at hand focuses on a scenario where dynamic sound localization cues are induced by lateral listener selftranslation in relation to a stationary sound source with matching or mismatching …

Scattering in Feedback Delay Networks

Feedback delay networks (FDNs) are recursive filters,which are widely used for artificial reverberation and decorrela-tion. One central challenge in the design of FDNs is the generationof sufficient echo density in the impulse response without …

Frequency-Dependent Schroeder Allpass Filters

Since the introduction of feedforward-feedback comb allpass filters by Schroeder and Logan, its popularity has not diminished due to its computational efficiency and versatile applicability in artificial reverberation, decorrelation, and dispersive …

Directional feedback delay network

This paper received the Best Paper Award of the Journal of AES. Artificial reverberation algorithms are used to enhance dry audio signals. Delay-based reverberators can produce a realistic effect at a reasonable computational cost. While the recent …

Modal decomposition of feedback delay networks

Feedback delay networks (FDNs) belong to a general class of recursive filters which are widely used in sound synthesis and physical modeling applications. We present a numerical technique to compute the modal decomposition of the FDN transfer …

Self-translation induced minimum audible angle

The minimum audible angle has been studied with a stationary listener and a stationary or a moving sound source. The study at hand focuses on a scenario where the angle is induced by listener self-translation in relation to a stationary sound source. …

On lossless feedback delay networks

Lossless Feedback Delay Networks (FDNs) are commonly used as a design prototype for artificial reverberation algorithms. The lossless property is dependent on the feedback matrix, which connects the output of a set of delays to their inputs, and the …

Feedback delay networks: Echo density and mixing time

Feedback delay networks (FDNs) are frequently used to generate artificial reverberation. This contribution discusses the temporal features of impulse responses produced by FDNs, i.e., the number of echoes per time unit and its evolution over time. …

The stability of multichannel sound systems with time-varying mixing matrices

Various time-varying algorithms have been applied in multichannel sound systems to improve the systemtextquoterights stability and, among these, frequency shifting has been demonstrated to reach the maximum stability improvement achievable by …

Time-varying feedback matrices in feedback delay networks and their application in artificial reverberation

This paper introduces a time-variant reverberation algorithm as an extension of the feedback delay network (FDN). By modulating the feedback matrix nearly continuously over time, a complex pattern of concurrent amplitude modulations of the feedback …