ODEON Zip Archives

Below you may download ODEON zip archives, which are packaged ODEON models (for ODEON 15.15 Auditorium or Combined) containing all the necessary files to run them: material list, geometry, source and receiver placements, etc. ODEON zip archives may also contain the calculated jobs, however, the files below do not include the calculated jobs. These models are those that produced the auralisations in our examples section.

You may also go to download the anechoic audio files used in the examples, in case you want to use them in any of your other rooms.

To unzip an ODEON zip file:

  1. Launch ODEON
  2. Go to File > Zip > Unzip archive
  3. Select your downloaded ODEON zip file
  4. Select a folder to extract the files 
 

ODEON will then automatically load the room.

Concert halls & theatres

Room: Bayreuth Festival Theatre. Anechoic recording: G. Donizetti: “Come Paride vezzoso”, produced by the University of Bologna

Room: Bayreuth Festival Theatre. Anechoic recording: G. Verdi: “Di tale amor, che dirsi”, produced by the University of Bologna

Room: Bayreuth Festival Theatre. Anechoic recording: G. Puccini: “O mio babbino caro”, produced by the University of Bologna

Room: Bayreuth Festival Theatre. Anechoic recording: Guillaume de Machaut: “Kyrie”, produced by the University of Bologna

Room: Liederhalle. Anechoic recording: Brahms’ Symphony no 4, 3rd movement, produced by the Technical University of Denmark. 

Room: Musikverein. Anechoic recording: Mozart’s 40th Symphony, produced by the Technical University of Denmark. 

Room: Concertgebouw. Anechoic recording: Beethoven’s  Symphony No. 8 in F Major, Op. 93, Movements 1, 2 & 4, produced by the Technical University of Berlin. 

Worship spaces

Room: Grundtvigs Church. Anechoic recording: Guillaume de Machaut: “Kyrie”, produced by the University of Bologna