The work focuses on investigating the possibilities and limitations of electronic reverberation enhancement systems. The natural acoustic conditions will limit the degree of realism of the intended acoustic variations, particularly when such systems are installed in small halls. This year an experimental system was built in one of the auditoria at DTU in order to create a large set of stimuli for subjective experiments for investigating the subjective effects of reflections and reverberation generated in such systems. Most of the practical work was carried out by a master thesis student, Frank Rysgaard Mortensen, who also carried out preliminary listening tests. These tests confirmed the quality of the recorded stimuli for use in future experiments.
|Effective start/end date||01/01/1991 → 31/12/1999|
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