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Virtual Acoustics and Audio Engineering

Virtual Acoustics and Audio Engineering 

The Virtual Acoustics and Audio Engineering (VAAE) is part of the Signal Processing Audio & Hearing Group within the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Southampton. Areas of interest include Sound field control using dense loudspeaker arrays, 3-dimensional audio capture, representation and reproduction, auralization of acoustic spaces, psychoacoustics of spatial audio, microphone arrays for aeroacoustic analysis.

We have several collaborations with industrial partners and welcome enquiries for new collaboration. Our facilities include large and medium sized anechoic chambers, a 40-speaker 3D loudspeaker array, a general purpose listening room, a reverberation room, and a large assortment of equipment including high quality multichannel DA/AD, pre-amps and amplifiers, microphones, loudspeakers.

1 December 2020

VAAE Researcher Passes PhD Viva

VAAE researcher Eric Hamdan has passed his PhD viva.

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3 November 2020

New VAAE Journal Publication

VAAE researchers have published a new open access article: "A modal...

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27 October 2020

VAAE at the AES 149th Convention

This week the VAAE team will be presenting both a paper and a works...

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