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Has anyone modeled a piano as a speaker for EASE?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2010 12:23 am Reply with quote
Lindsay Smith
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I would like to do an auralization with an acoustic piano as the source. Has anyone ever modeled one as a speaker? I have a piano recording recorded in an anechoic chamber which I will use as a source. I could use an omni-directional radiator, but it would be nice to get the piano's directional characteristics.

Tried google but EASE is a hard word to search on.

Thanks.

Lindsay Smith
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 20, 2017 9:26 pm Reply with quote
Alexis
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Hi Lindsay,


I was checking the forum for kind of same info but there some hard things about all the directivity modeling. First of all mos of anechoic recordings are related to on-axis mic positions, lately in Finland they develop some direcivity measurements of varios orchestral instruments but you will find only the on-axis samples.

There are several papers that you may want to check about it I let some links here under so you can check them Smile



[1]Evaluations of output from room acoustic computer modeling and auralization due to different sound source directionalities; Applied Acoustics Volume 69, Issue 12, December 2008, Pages 1281-1293

[2]Multi-Channel Orchestral Anechoic Recordings for Auralizations
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Room Acoustics, ISRA 2010
29-31 August 2010, Melbourne, Australia

[3] J. Pätynen, V. Pulkki, and T. Lokki, “Anechoic recording
system for symphony orchestra” Acust. Acta
Acust., 94, 856–865 (2008)


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