Brahms in Aarhus House of Music

Here you can listen to Brahms’ Symphony no 4, 3rd movement played virtually in Aarhus House of Music’s symphonic hall. The multi source auralisation is based on anechoic recordings from the Technical University of Denmark. The instruments are recorded individually in an anechoic chamber. Listen to the different orchestra part or the full orchestra with 66 sources in the Odeon model based on 23 different anechoic recordings. The Odeon room was modelled by acousticians in COWI, Denmark and used for control of the acoustics in Arhus concert hall designed by the consultants Artec, USA and the architects CF Moeller, Denmark.

Position at floor/right
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Tutti 66 Sources
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Strings 55 Sources
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Wood Winds 9 Sources
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Position at 1st rear balcony
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Position behind orchestra
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Tutti 66 Sources
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Strings 55 Sources
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Wood Winds 9 Sources
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