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Subjective Evaluation of Latency in Real-Time Audio Signal Processing Systems

Originální název

Subjective Evaluation of Latency in Real-Time Audio Signal Processing Systems

Anglický název

Subjective Evaluation of Latency in Real-Time Audio Signal Processing Systems

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en

Originální abstrakt

This paper deals with a subjective evaluation of an audio signal latency caused by principle of real-time digital audio signal processing. Design of an experiment is described in the paper that uses psychoacoustic method of constant stimuli with anchor to evaluate sensation of the latency in live music performance on an electronic musical instrument. Results of the experiment are presented in the paper for several types of electronic music instruments. The recommended buffer size for real-time digital audio signal processing systems is discussed in conclusion, based on the experiment results and efficiency of parallel audio processing algorithms implemented in modern multiple-core desktop processors.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper deals with a subjective evaluation of an audio signal latency caused by principle of real-time digital audio signal processing. Design of an experiment is described in the paper that uses psychoacoustic method of constant stimuli with anchor to evaluate sensation of the latency in live music performance on an electronic musical instrument. Results of the experiment are presented in the paper for several types of electronic music instruments. The recommended buffer size for real-time digital audio signal processing systems is discussed in conclusion, based on the experiment results and efficiency of parallel audio processing algorithms implemented in modern multiple-core desktop processors.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT35246,
  author="Jiří {Schimmel}",
  title="Subjective Evaluation of Latency in Real-Time Audio Signal Processing Systems",
  annote="This paper deals with a subjective evaluation of an audio signal latency caused by principle of real-time digital audio signal processing. Design of an experiment is described in the paper that uses psychoacoustic method of constant stimuli with anchor to evaluate sensation of the latency in live music performance on an electronic musical instrument. Results of the experiment are presented in the paper for several types of electronic music instruments. The recommended buffer size for real-time digital audio signal processing systems is discussed in conclusion, based on the experiment results and efficiency of parallel audio processing algorithms implemented in modern multiple-core desktop processors.",
  address="Asszisztencia Szervezo Kft.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of 33rd International Conference on Telecommunications and Signal Processing - TSP 2010",
  chapter="35246",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Asszisztencia Szervezo Kft.",
  year="2010",
  month="august",
  pages="74--77",
  publisher="Asszisztencia Szervezo Kft.",
  type="conference paper"
}