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Local sound field synthesis allows for synthesizing a given desired sound field inside a limited target region such that the field is free of considerable spatial aliasing artifacts. Spatial aliasing artifacts are a consequence of overlaps due to unavoidable repetitions of the space-spectral coefficients of the secondary source driving function. We analyze(More)
This paper introduces a binaural model for the localisation and tracking of a moving sound source's azimuth in the horizontal plane. The model uses a nonlinear state space representation of the sound source dynamics including the current position of the listener's head. The state is estimated via an unscented Kalman Filter by comparing the interaural level(More)
Wave Field Synthesis aims at the accurate reproduction of a sound field inside an extended listening area which is surrounded by individually driven loudspeakers. Recently a Local Wave Field Synthesis technique has been published which utilizes focused sources as a distribution of virtual loudspeakers in order to increase the reproduction accuracy in a(More)
Binaural synthesis of plane wave decomposed spherical microphone data using head-related transfer functions (HRTFs) is a well-known approach for auralization. Rotational head movements can be considered by dynamic rotation of the HRTF dataset. Translatory head movements are coped by spatio-temporal shifts of the individual planes waves. This paper analyses(More)
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