Room Acoustics matters. Producers in studio need to monitor every subtle detail in music. Every ordinary people wants excellent sound quality for their playback system to enjoy movies, music, TV broadcast, etc. However, if the room where the sound system is installed produces undesired acoustic effects (e.g. reverbration), these wishes could never come true, no matter how much money you invest in your electronic playback system. Bad room acoustics is a common problem in almost every realistic room. That is why we need extra calibration technologies to make up for the room acoustics, or to put it more specifically, the frequency response of the room. In this project, a Parallel second-order-based equalizer design method is deployed for loudspeaker-room correction.
Mostly referred to Balázs Bank, 2008
Open-source Room Impulse Response from openairlib.net (Unfortunately, this amazing website is currently down due to unknown reasons.). The file
r8-omni-conf_b.wav in the GitHub repo is one of the recorded Room Impulse Response wav files from a sound studio of the Laboratory of Music Acoustics Technology (LabMAT) at the Department of Music Studies of the University of Athens.
Listen to the audio samples below!