Similar to visualisation, auralisation can generate the acoustic animation of a space. It is based on room acoustical computer simulations, which are processed using special, resonant-free voice or music recordings. This makes it possible to hear the effects of different spatial arrangements immediately. This technology can be applied to the acoustic planning of music rooms, or when planning large offices and rooms for educational purposes. Electro-acoustics makes it possible to gauge the interaction between different sound systems and room acoustic measures in a room.
Playback takes place in our listening lab over speakers or with the appropriate free-field rectified headphones for realistic acoustic imaging including localisation and spatiality. Here is a small example of auralisation.