Jonas Braasch

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Virtual Microphone Control (ViMiC) is a real-time mul-tichannel spatial sound rendering technique based on sound recording principles. In an auditory virtual environment , ViMiC simulates multichannel microphone techniques, resulting in the characteristic Inter-Channel Time Differences (ICTD) and Inter-Channel Level Differences (ICLD) to create the spatial(More)
A number of precedence-effect models have been developed to simulate the robust localization performance of humans in reverberant conditions. Although they are able to reduce reverberant information for many conditions, they tend to fail for ongoing stimuli with truncated on/offsets, a condition human listeners master when localizing a sound source in the(More)
When sound reflects from an irregular architectural surface, it spreads spatially and temporally. Extensive research has been devoted to prediction and measurement of diffusion, but less has focused on its perceptual effects. This paper examines the effect of temporal diffusion on echo threshold. There are several notable differences between the waveform of(More)
In this paper we discuss aspects of our work in developing performance systems that are geared towards human-machine co-performance with a particular emphasis on improvisation. We present one particular system, FILTER, which was created in the context of a larger project related to artificial intelligence and performance, and has been tested in the context(More)