[PD] beamforming, mic array and audio source localization
johanna.nowak at aol.de
Mon Aug 27 12:09:19 CEST 2012
there is some research using a 120 channel microphone array here:
Page 55 of this thesis shows a Pd patch using spherical harmonics.
This link to a video demo of 1st order beamforming using a nice GEM
gui is also available: http://plessas.mur.at/rnd/demo/demo.html
It seems that IEM does a lot of work on the topic, and I am sure they
use Pd there! :-) see for example http://iaem.at/Members/zotter
* Charles Henry <czhenry at gmail.com> [2012-08-21 05:40]:
> I have not worked on it, but I think it's really interesting.
> Studying microphone arrays for source localization is on my list...
> once I get through everything else I started and didn't finish yet.
> I was really wondering about microphone arrays arranged in a circle,
> semi-circle, or around the perimeter of a room to pick up sounds
> selectively by location. I think that could be used to good effect
> for performance/recording.
> What are you up to now?
> On Sun, Aug 19, 2012 at 5:27 AM, Cyrille Henry <ch at chnry.net> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > did anyone ever worked on beamforming using microphone array for audio
> > source localisation and noise reduction?
> > thx
> > Cyrille
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