ISCA Archive AQS 2003
ISCA Archive AQS 2003

Quality of head-related transfer functions - Some practical remarks

Andreas Silzle

This paper starts with a short summary about previous work done in the field of head-related transfer function (HRTF) measurement and processing. Afterwards a new method to find and optimize HRTFs is explained. The main idea is to use expert listeners to select and tune the HRTFs with the help of real-time interaction adjustment of all parameters under test. Afterwards a listening test validates the previous results. Additionally several practical remarks regarding HRTF measurement and available HRTF sets are given. A possible scheme for the post processing is presented.


Cite as: Silzle, A. (2003) Quality of head-related transfer functions - Some practical remarks. Proc. First ISCA Workshop on Auditory Quality of Systems, 101-108

@inproceedings{silzle03_aqs,
  author={Andreas Silzle},
  title={{Quality of head-related transfer functions - Some practical remarks}},
  year=2003,
  booktitle={Proc. First ISCA Workshop on Auditory Quality of Systems},
  pages={101--108}
}