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|Title: ||Reverberation Prediction using the Image Source Method|
|Authors: ||Tu, Alex|
|Issue Date: ||30-May-2014|
|Abstract: ||An Image Source Method (ISM) structure based on a simple ISM, modified to generate significantly more realistic and accurate RIRs without significant increase in computation time.|
|Description: ||The base code on which this function is built can be found at: http://www.sgm-audio.com/research/rir/rir.m and the other more complex code described in the paper can be found at: http://www.eric-lehmann.com/CodeFiles/ISM_RoomResp.m|
|Rights and Permissions: ||The author retains copyright of this work.|
|Appears in Collections:||Digital Audio Systems: Lab Report 2 (2014)|
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|Alex Tu 307174123 DESC9115 Lab Report 2.pdf||Reverberation prediction using the Image Source Method||194.57 kB||Adobe PDF|
|my_ISM.m||Main script||4.24 kB||.m|
|IR_Analyze.m||Modified reverse integrated Schroeder delay curve code, real name of source unknown||2.11 kB||.m|
|callscript.m||Script to call function and implement||425 B||.m|
|anechoic_voice.wav||example sound file||123.86 kB||WAV|
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