Richard Schultz-Amling

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Directional audio coding (DirAC) is a recent method for spatial audio processing, based on a perceptually motivated representation of spatial sound. Due to its efficiency, DirAC has already been proposed for spatial audio teleconferencing scenarios. Modern hands-free communication systems usually include beamforming techniques to improve speech(More)
Directional Audio Coding (DirAC) is an efficient technique to capture and reproduce spatial sound. The analysis step outputs a mono DirAC stream, comprising an omnidirectional microphone pressure signal and side information, i.e., direction of arrival and diffuseness of the sound field expressed in time-frequency domain. This contribution proposes a method(More)
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