A room acoustics model and simulated impulse responses of a living room
datasetposted on 07.10.2019 by Axel Ahrens, Kasper Duemose Lund
Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.
A set of 21 room impulse responses simulated in ODEON (commercial and proprietary software, www.odeon.dk) and auralized for the audio-visual immersion lab (AVIL, 64 channels; Ahrens et al., 2019), using the LORA toolbox (Favrot et al., 2010).
The dataset contains seven azimuth locations (-90:30:90 degrees) and three distances (1.4m, 2.4m, 3.4m).
IR01 refers to -90degrees (left), 1.4m distance.
IR07 refers to 90degrees (right), 1.4m distance.
IR08 refers to -90degrees (left), 2.4m distance.
IR21 refers to 90degrees (right), 3.4m distance.
This database contains the loudspeaker impulse responses, the ODEON room model as well as the raw ODEON output files.