The subjective effect of BRIR length perceived headphone sound externalisation and tonal colouration

Ryan Crawford-Emery, Hyunkook Lee

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Abstract

Binaural room impulse responses (BRIRs) of various lengths were convolved with stereophonic audio signals. Listening tests were conducted to assess how the length of BRIRs affected the perceived externalisation effect and tonal colouration of the audio. The results showed statistically significant correlations between BRIR length and both externalisation and tonal colouration. Conclusions are drawn from this and in addition, reasoning, a critical evaluation and suggested further work are suggested. The experiment provides the basis for further development of an effective and efficient externalisation algorithm.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication136th Audio Engineering Society Convention 2014
PublisherAudio Engineering Society
Pages224-232
Number of pages9
ISBN (Print)9781632665065
Publication statusPublished - 2014
Event136th Audio Engineering Society Convention - Estrel Hotel and Convention Centre , Berlin, Germany
Duration: 26 Apr 201429 Apr 2014
Conference number: 136
http://www.aes.org/events/136/press/downloads.cfm (Link to Conference Website)

Conference

Conference136th Audio Engineering Society Convention
Abbreviated titleAES 2014
CountryGermany
CityBerlin
Period26/04/1429/04/14
Internet address

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    Crawford-Emery, R., & Lee, H. (2014). The subjective effect of BRIR length perceived headphone sound externalisation and tonal colouration. In 136th Audio Engineering Society Convention 2014 (pp. 224-232). Audio Engineering Society.