Re: Multichannel Sound ("D. Sen" )

Subject: Re: Multichannel Sound
From:    "D. Sen"  <dsen(at)IEEE.ORG>
Date:    Wed, 4 Jun 2003 06:38:34 +1000

While we are on the topic of sound files... Can anyone suggest where I can find multi-channel sound files ("multi" being greater than two (stereo))? I would like to use them to extract space/localisation cues. Thanks, DS Brian Gygi wrote: > At 08:32 AM 6/3/2003 +0200, Ladislava Janku wrote: > >> Dear all, >> >> I am interested in auditory scene analysis and I am looking for some >> free accessible databases of environmental sounds (wind, ocean, birds, >> traffic, cars, trains, airplanes, applaus, etc.) . Does anobody know >> where is poossible to obtain such data? >> >> Tnaks for your advice. >> >> >> Ladislava Janku >> >> ---------------------------------------------------------- >> Research Scientist >> Czech Technical University in Prague >> Faculty of Electrical Engineering >> The Dept. of Cybernetics >> Centre of Excellence MIRACLE >> Technicka 2 >> 16627 > > > If you do a google search on 'free sounds effects' you will find a lot > links. A lot of companies that sell sound effects CDs offer free ones > on the Net. The quality is variable, but there are some ones that are > usable for research. One good site is > > > A page with a lot of links to free sound effects libraries is http > <>:// > <> > > will let you search for a particular sound, > specifying sampling rate and file type > > Cornell University has a library of natural sounds, > > > I hope these help -- D. Sen,

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