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{Hybrid room impulse response synthesis in digital waveguide mesh based room acoustics simulation}
Type of publication: Inproceedings
Citation: Murphy2008
Booktitle: Proc. of the Int. Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-08).
Year: 2008
Pages: 2--9
Address: Espoo, Finland.
URL: https://www.acoustics.hut.fi/d...
Abstract: The digital waveguide mesh (DWM) and related finite difference time domain techniques offer significant promise for room acous- tics simulation problems. However high resolution 3-D DWMs of large spaces remain beyond the capabilities of current desktop based computers, due to prohibitively long run-times and large memory requirements. This paper examines how hybrid room impulse response synthesis might be used to better enable virtual environment simulation through the use of otherwise computationally expensive DWM models. This is facilitated through the introduction of the RenderAIR virtual environment simulation system and comparison with both real-world measurements and more established modelling techniques. Results demonstrate good performance against acoustic benchmarks and significant computational savings when a 2-D DWM is used as part of an appropriate hybridization strategy.
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Keywords: Digital Waveguides, Room Acoustics Simulation, Room Impulse Response Synthesis
Authors Murphy, Damian
Beeson, Mark
Shelley, Simon
Moore, Alastair
Southern, Alex
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