Head Related Transfer Functions (HRTFs) are a mathematical representation of the acoustic transfer functions between a sound source and the listener's ears. They play an important role for both creating immersive audio scenarios and evaluating the perception of a sound system from human being point of view. These applications are also important for automotive scenario, since the car is nowadays the most used audio listening environment. Automotive audio has been attracting a great deal of attention in recent years as well as the use of HRTFs inside the car for creating these immersive scenarios. In this context, we proposed a technique for HRTFs measurement based on perfect or orthogonal periodic sequences that allows an effective measurement robust towards system nonlinearities. Experiments with an emulated scenario and measurements performed in real environments illustrate the validity of the approach in comparison with other competing HRTFs measurement methods of the state of the art.

Using Periodic Sequences for HRTFs Measurement Robust Towards Nonlinearities in Automotive Audio Applications

Cecchi S.;Bruschi V.;Nobili S.;Terenzi A.;
2022-01-01

Abstract

Head Related Transfer Functions (HRTFs) are a mathematical representation of the acoustic transfer functions between a sound source and the listener's ears. They play an important role for both creating immersive audio scenarios and evaluating the perception of a sound system from human being point of view. These applications are also important for automotive scenario, since the car is nowadays the most used audio listening environment. Automotive audio has been attracting a great deal of attention in recent years as well as the use of HRTFs inside the car for creating these immersive scenarios. In this context, we proposed a technique for HRTFs measurement based on perfect or orthogonal periodic sequences that allows an effective measurement robust towards system nonlinearities. Experiments with an emulated scenario and measurements performed in real environments illustrate the validity of the approach in comparison with other competing HRTFs measurement methods of the state of the art.
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