Locate your soundscape: interacting with the acoustic environment

@article{Orio2021LocateYS,
  title={Locate your soundscape: interacting with the acoustic environment},
  author={Nicola Orio and Berardina De Carolis and Francesco Liotard},
  journal={Multimedia Tools and Applications},
  year={2021},
  volume={80},
  pages={34791 - 34811}
}
Although overshadowed by visual information, sound plays a central role in how people perceive an environment. The effect of a landscape is enriched by its soundscape, that is, the stratification of all the acoustic sources that, often unconsciously, are heard. This paper presents a framework for archiving, browsing, and accessing soundscapes, either remotely or on-site. The framework is based on two main components: a web-based interface to upload and search the recordings of an acoustic… 

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