The ARI HRTF database contains high-resolution HRTFs of more than 200 subjects. Most subjects were measured using in-the-ear microphones, for a few others we used behind-the-ear microphones placed in hearing-aid devices. 1550 positions were measured for each listener including the full azimuthal-space (0° to 360°) and elevations from -30° to +80°. The frontal space has a resolution of 2.5° in the horizontal plane.
These tools and documentation may help you to interact with the HRTFs:
is a simple database for subject data management. It uses SQLite database in the backend.
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Download source files:
History file (release notes)
Required Add-on: ADO.NET 2.0 Provider for SQLite
Subjects - a simple software for subject data management.
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