Acoustic feedback canceller for the three-dimensional sound field simulator using a "Sound Cask"

Syunya Kohno, Hisato Yoshida, Yusuke Ikeda, Yuko Watanabe, Shiro Ise

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Abstract

We have developed a three-dimensional sound reproduction system based on the boundary-surface control principle. "Sound Cask" comprises a 96-channel loudspeaker system to reproduce the sound field. It has a space large enough to allow a small musical instrument such as a violin to be played. Using Sound Cask, we aim to construct a three-dimensional sound-field simulator. Furthermore, we also propose a sound-field-sharing system that enables telecommunication as if we were in the same place. However, acoustic feedback occurring in the system owing to the presence of microphones causes an echo and a degradation of simulated reverberation characteristics. In this study, we aim to suppress the acoustic feedback by applying additional control points called "null spaces" at the positions of the microphones.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of Forum Acusticum
PublisherEuropean Acoustics Association, EAA
Volume2014-January
ISBN (Print)9788361402282
Publication statusPublished - 2014
Externally publishedYes
Event7th Forum Acusticum, FA 2014 - Krakow, Poland
Duration: 2014 Sep 72014 Sep 12

Other

Other7th Forum Acusticum, FA 2014
CountryPoland
CityKrakow
Period14/9/714/9/12

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sound fields
simulators
acoustics
microphones
control surfaces
loudspeakers
reverberation
telecommunication
echoes
degradation
causes

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Acoustics and Ultrasonics

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Kohno, S., Yoshida, H., Ikeda, Y., Watanabe, Y., & Ise, S. (2014). Acoustic feedback canceller for the three-dimensional sound field simulator using a "Sound Cask". In Proceedings of Forum Acusticum (Vol. 2014-January). European Acoustics Association, EAA.

Acoustic feedback canceller for the three-dimensional sound field simulator using a "Sound Cask". / Kohno, Syunya; Yoshida, Hisato; Ikeda, Yusuke; Watanabe, Yuko; Ise, Shiro.

Proceedings of Forum Acusticum. Vol. 2014-January European Acoustics Association, EAA, 2014.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Kohno, S, Yoshida, H, Ikeda, Y, Watanabe, Y & Ise, S 2014, Acoustic feedback canceller for the three-dimensional sound field simulator using a "Sound Cask". in Proceedings of Forum Acusticum. vol. 2014-January, European Acoustics Association, EAA, 7th Forum Acusticum, FA 2014, Krakow, Poland, 14/9/7.
Kohno S, Yoshida H, Ikeda Y, Watanabe Y, Ise S. Acoustic feedback canceller for the three-dimensional sound field simulator using a "Sound Cask". In Proceedings of Forum Acusticum. Vol. 2014-January. European Acoustics Association, EAA. 2014
Kohno, Syunya ; Yoshida, Hisato ; Ikeda, Yusuke ; Watanabe, Yuko ; Ise, Shiro. / Acoustic feedback canceller for the three-dimensional sound field simulator using a "Sound Cask". Proceedings of Forum Acusticum. Vol. 2014-January European Acoustics Association, EAA, 2014.
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