St. Patrick’s Church, Patrington


St Patrick’s Church in Patrington dates back to the medieval era and expresses the decorated design of English Gothic Churches of the early 14th century. It has a cruciform plan, with an external length of about 46 meters, a breadth of 27 meters and a height of 57.5 meters up to the very top of the central tower. These impulse responses were measured in the real world. 3 sets of measurements were recorded for 3 different source-reciever configurations (S1-R1, S2-R2 and S3-R3). The positions of these sources and receivers are described in the attached diagram.

Measurement Team: 

Aglaia Foteinou
Damian T. Murphy

Capture Date: 

Fri, 31/07/2009


8000 m³

Source Sound: 

Log. Swept Sine; 20-22k Hz; 15s long

Source Sound Category: 

Swept sine (logarithmic)


Genelec S30D


Neumann KM 140 Cardioid
Soundfield SPS422B Microphone

Space Category: 


Generation Type: 

Real World

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