D/L/028 Hendrix Hall Derwent, University of York
Impulse responses recorded in D/L/028 Hendrix Hall Derwent, University of York. Hendrix Hall was named after Jimi Hendrix since he once played live in this hall. Hendrix Hall is a large hall which has retractable tiered seating and is used for a variety of events and sports. The impulse responses recordings were for the purpose of simulating different acoustic environments for drummers using real-time auralisation techniques. The receiver was placed at the position of the listening position (drummer’s head). There were four source positions selected: front, back, left and right relative to the centre of the drum kit. The sine sweeps were recorded with the source facing 180 degrees away from the receiver.
Swept Sine; 20 Hz – 20 kHz ; 30 seconds
Source Sound Category:
Swept sine (logarithmic)
Genelec 8040A loudspeaker