AES LV-2021 Examples

Synthesizing Reverberation Impulse Responses from Audio Signals: Auto-Reverberation and Interactive Environments

Cross-Reverberation Examples

Live electric guitar processed by impulses synthesized from Misirlou by Dick Dale:

Original Track – Misirlou
Dry live elec. guitar
Mix, live guitar through impulses from Misirlou with no EQ
Wet signal, live guitar through impulses from Misirlou with no EQ
Wet/Dry Mix, live guitar through impulses from Misirlou with EQ-Smoothing
Wet signal, live guitar through impulses from Misirlou with EQ-Smoothing

Auto-Reverberation Examples
JS Bach “Air on a G-String” (arranged for marimba by the Horsholm Percussion & Marimba Ensemble) played through impulses synthesized from itself

Dry Signal
Wet/Dry Mix with no EQ
Wet Signal with no EQ
Wet/Dry Mix with EQ-Smoothing
Wet Signal with EQ-Smoothing

Virtual Acoustic Environment Examples – Please use external speakers or headphones

Virtual Acoustic Environment Video 1: Misirlou (no eq-smoothing), Air on a G-String (no eq-smoothing), and actual room resonance:

Virtual Acoustic Environment Video 2: Misirlou (with eq-smoothing), Air on a G-String (with eq-smoothing), and actual room resonance:

One microphone and four speaker convolution-based virtual acoustic system… and Covid-19 office mess and kettle!
Eoin F. Callery:

Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick

Jonathan S. Abel:

Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics, Stanford University

Kyle S. Spratt:

Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin