Adaptive Sound Upmix System
Adaptive Radiated Sound Enhancement
of the New Upmixer.
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All the audio files are
two-channel, 44.1 kHz, 16 bit .wav files, between 30 and 60 seconds long (5-12
is before the upmix processing, and the "output" file contains the two channels
with the "extracted reverb" intended to be played with rear-loudspeakers.
Please note: The
"look-ahead" filtering method suggested in the
thesis is not implemented.
Please feel free to
email me any two-channel
audio files you wish to hear upmixed.
Original: "Her Majesty" (The Beatles).
This 30-second pop song is a good example of hard panning
and dynamic amplitude panning to move the sound source from one speaker to the
output of "Her Majesty": -5 dB cross-talk.
output of "Her Majesty": No cross-talk.
With no cross-talk, this sounds un-natural and "jumpy" as the
direct sound can not be cancelled for the hard-panned voice at the beginning.
Majesty" LS and RS surround channel outputs from DPLII.
Reproduced with a single loudspeaker in a 2000 m3 concert hall, recorded 3 metres
off-axis with a spaced microphone pair.
Output of solo voice recording.
voice recording LS and RS surround channel outputs from DPLII.
"War and Peace".
Electro-pop song with multiple voices at different
Output of "War and Peace".
"What Is Hip?"
Funk-pop song with multiple instruments.
of "What Is Hip?".
Trumpet Solo in Church.
of Trumpet Solo.