Overview of COMMA - a platform to process very large archives quickly, cheaply and at scale
Our team of audio specialists use technologies such as 3D audio or speech recognition to design and create fully immersive, next-generation audio experiences, as well as testing and ensuring all audio broadcast by the BBC is of the highest possible quality.
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Spatial Audio Quality Assessment Scenes
Salford-BBC Spatially-sampled Binaural Room Impulse Responses
You can now browse the entire archive by speakers; help us out by naming them
A whistlestop tour of some of the work to come out of BBC Research & Development's North Lab in 2013
An open event to upload Radio 4 voice samples to Wikimedia
Did you like choosing which set of fans you could listen to during a match?
Music Mood Classification of Television Theme Tunes
White Paper WHP272: Object-Based Audio Applied to Football Broadcasts - The 5 live Football Experiment
Object-Based Audio Applied to Football Broadcasts - The 5 live Football Experiment
In collaboration with our three university partners Surrey, Southampton and Salford BBC R&D is launching a major new five-year UK research collaboration between internationally leading experts in immersive audio, visual...
Evaluation of a Mood-Based Graphical User Interface for Accessing TV Archives
Building an open source Web component for audio waveform visualisation and interaction
White Paper WHP260: Using the past to explain the present: Interlinking current affairs with archives via the Semantic Web
Using the past to explain the present: Interlinking current affairs with archives via the Semantic Web
Localisation Performance of Higher-Order Ambisonics for Off-Centre Listening