Dr Makrus Noisternig

Home Institution:

IRCAM, FRA

Biography:

Markus Noisternig is Researcher at IRCAM, CNRS, Sorbonne Universities–UPMC in Paris, Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Electronic Music in Graz, and also lectures at the Karlsruhe College of Arts and Design. As an undergraduate and postgraduate he studied Electrical Engineering and Audio Engineering as well as Computer Music Composition at the University of Technology and the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz. As an artist, Markus Noisternig has participated in numerous collaborative projects with well-known composers and ensembles of New Music, which have performed in key European and international festivals.

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Speculations 2: Supporting Materials

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Research:

Chardon, G., Kreuzer, W., and Noisternig, M. (2015). “Design of Spatial Microphone Arrays for Sound Field Interpolation,” Selected Topics in Signal Processing, IEEE Journal of, 9, 780–790. doi:10.1109/JSTSP.2015.2412097

Majdak, P., and Noisternig, M. (2015). AES standard for file exchange - Spatial acoustic data file format (AES69-2015)

Katz, B., and Noisternig, M. (2014). “A comparative study of interaural time delay estimation methods,” J Acoust Soc Am, 135, 3530–3540. doi:10.1121/1.4875714

Noisternig, M., Carpentier, T., and Warusfel, O. (2012). “ESPRO 2.0 - Implementation of a surrounding 350-loudspeaker array for sound field reproduction,” Presented at the 4th International Symposium on Ambisonics and Spherical Acoustics, AES 25th UK Conference, York, UK

Zotter, F., Pomberger, H., and Noisternig, M. (2012). “Energy-Preserving Ambisonic Decoding,” Acta Acust United Ac, 98, 37–47. doi:10.3813/AAA.918490

Noisternig, M., Zotter, F., and Katz, B. F. (2011). “Reconstructing sound source directivity in virtual acoustic environments,” In H. Kato, D. S. Brungart, and Y. Suzuki (Eds.), Principles and Applications of Spatial Hearing, World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., pp. 357–373.

Co-chair of the International Symposium on Aesthetics of Spatial Audio in Sound, Music, and Sound-Art, 2015, and the International Symposium on Ambisonics and Spherical Acoustics, 2010.