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Dr. Fabian Brinkmann

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Room EN 150/151
Phone: +49 30 314 70 336
Mail: fabian.brinkmann AT tu-berlin.de

Consultation hours: appointment via mail

Teaching Activities

Virtual Acoustics:  Project tutorial on system identification, binaural technology, and room simulation (Since 2012)

Virtual Acoustics: Lecture (2021)

Introduction to Digital Signal Processing: Tutorial (2021)

Audio technique II: Tutorial in digital audio technique (2009-2011)

Loudspeaker lab: Measurement and signal processing for loudspeakers (2010-2015)

The Appassionata projects: Performance analysis of music recordings (Since 2010)

Open Data Publications

pyfar - python packages for acoustics research

A frame work of python packages for acoustic signal acquisition, processing, analysis.

FABIAN HRTF data base

A compilation of acoustically measured and numerically simulated head-related transfer functions, headphone transfer functions, and 3D-head-and-torso meshes of the head and torso simulator FABIAN

HUTUBS HRTF data base

A compilation of acoustically measured and numerically simulated head-related transfer functions, headphone transfer functions, and 3D-head-and-torso meshes of 96 subjects.

PIRATE

3D printable in-ear microphones for binaural measurements.

AKtools

An open software toolbox for signal acquisition, processing, and inspection in acoustics

WhisPER

An open source software for conduction listening test

Musical Instruments

A data base with recordings, directivities, and features of classical musical instruments

On the Acoustic Qualities of Dynamic Pseudo-Binaural Recordings
Zitatschlüssel Ackermann2020
Autor Ackermann, David and Fiedler, Felicitas and Brinkmann, Fabian and Schneider, Martin and Weinzierl, Stefan
Seiten 418–427
Jahr 2020
DOI 10.17743/jaes.2020.0036
Journal J. Audio Eng. Soc.
Jahrgang 68
Nummer 6
Zusammenfassung The motion-tracked binaural (MTB) technique allows the dynamic, pseudobinaural rendering of spatial sound scenes recorded by a circular array of microphones on a rigid sphere. The system provides a multichannel live audio transmission from which a head-related signal with approximated interaural time and level differences can be derived and played via headphones, head tracking, and a corresponding rendering software. The latter is mainly calculating imperceptible interpolation between channel...
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