Brahms in Liederhalle, Stuttgart, Germany

Here you can listen to Brahms’ Symphony no 4, 3rd movement played virtually in the Liederhalle, in Stuttgart, Germany. The multi source auralisation is based on anechoic recordings from the Technical University of Denmark. The instruments are recorded individually in an anechoic chamber.

The auralisation was made for the conductor position and 4 audience positions (blue dots) as shown in the figure below. Additionally, for the conductor position, auralisations were made for the string and wind sections, separately.

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Conductor position
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Conductor position (strings only)
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Conductor position (winds only)
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Audience position 1
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Audience position 2
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Audience position 3
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Audience position 4
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