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- HRTF measurement in the anechoic chamber of TU Berlin
- © F. Brinkmann
Research of the Audio Communication Group is dedicated to the communication of music and speech in acoustical or electro-acoustical systems. This includes topics such as electroacoustic recording, reproduction and playback technologies, realization of virtual acoustic realities and 3D Audio by means of binaural technology or sound field synthesis, technologies for the composition and realization of electroacoustic music and sound art, and empirical approaches to study musical interaction and music reception. Typically, these are interdisciplinary studies reaching from humanities, cultural studies, across social sciences and psychology to computer science and engineering. The research is currently organized and supervised by the following teams:
|Binaural processing and
perception team ||Dr. Fabian Brinkmann  / Dr.
Johannes M. Arend |
|Room acoustics and sound field reproduction team
||Prof. Stefan Weinzierl  / David Ackermann
|Computational musicology team ||Dr. Steffen
Lepa  / Dr. Oliver Schwab-Felisch |
|Computer music and sound
synthesis team ||Dr. Henrik von Coler
The teams include current research projects, doctoral projects and master theses. The groups are meeting weekly.