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speaker for human speech source
PostPosted: Wed Jun 09, 2004 10:38 pm Reply with quote
sentagi s utami
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Is there anyone that can help me find the appropriate speaker to use as the source for human speech for EASE 4.1 ? Or provide an EASE file for such speaker?

I need this ASAP.


Thankyou,

Sentagi S. Utami

Re: speaker for human speech source
PostPosted: Thu Jun 10, 2004 6:36 am Reply with quote
Bruce C. Olson
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Hello Sentagi,


> Is there anyone that can help me find the appropriate speaker to use as the

> source for human speech for EASE 4.1 ?


In the GlobalSpeakers40 folder you will find the *human* folder. It contains SPK files for both male and female in four voice levels each.

Re: speaker for human speech source
PostPosted: Fri Jun 18, 2004 5:46 pm Reply with quote
josh evans
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IMHO,


I would just use the data from a glaxy hotspot. Many use the hotspot in real world acoustical measurements to emulate speech, so wouldn’t it make sense to use it in our A.P.P acoustical prediction programs? Also as always I have to question where the data came from???


Re: speaker for human speech source
PostPosted: Sun Jun 20, 2004 3:12 am Reply with quote
josh evans
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Ran across this today and thought it was interesting.


/Josh

Re: speaker for human speech source
PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2004 12:30 pm Reply with quote
Joe Brusi
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>Ran across this today and thought it was interesting.


Nice article.


There are fairly old speech vertical and horizontal human speech polars by Dunn and Farnsworth which the article does not seem to mention. The vertical ones are quite *funky*.


If you get hold of the polars, you could make your own EASE model. If would be cool if it was included, but i guess the origin and use of EASE is mostly for loudspeaker electro-acoustical modelling, not acoustics as such.


The sheer resolution of EASE v3/v4 1/3rd octave 5 degree resolution makes making a speaker fron scratch a daunting task.


I would do it in the old ease v2 (1 octave, 10 degree reso). If you do not have it, you can do it on EASE itself, maybe help yourself with the spreadsheet on the service area. You will not find oblique angle data, just horizontal and vertical, so wou'll have to use EASE's eliptical interpolation.

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