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Hidetaka Imamura (@imaimamu)

Ph.D’s student in Department of Creativity of Music and Sound, Tokyo University of the Arts

Education:

April/2015 Ph.D course in Department of Creativity of Music and Sound, Tokyo University of the Arts

March/2015 Graduated Master’s course of  department ofCreativity of Music and Sound, Tokyo University of the Arts.

March/2013 Graduated department of Musical Creativity and the Environment, Tokyo University of the Arts.

Professional interests / Skills:

Spatial Audio, Room acoustics, Statistical Analysis, Sound perception, Acoustic measurement, Room and loudspeaker interaction / Python, Matlab, R, MaxMSP, Chinese, Sound Recording, Sound Design

 

PUBLICATIONS/ PRESENTATIONS

Sungyoung Kim, Mark Indelicato, Hidetaka Imamura, Hideo Miyazaki “Height Loudspeaker Position and Its Influence on Listeners’ Hedonic Responses”, 2016 AES International Conference on Sound Field Control, 2016

Hidetaka Imamura, Sungyoung Kim “Efficacy of a new spatial ear training program for “Ensemble width” and “Individual source width”, 5th Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and Acoustical Society of Japan, 2016

Hidetaka Imamura, Atsushi Marui, Toru Kamekawa “Evaluation terms of subjective clarity in reproduced music.” Acoustical Society of Japan, Music and Acoustic Association, 2013.

Hidetaka Imamura, Atsushi Marui, Toru Kamekawa “Room acoustic parameters of perceived clarity of reproduced sound in small spaces.” ASJ, Autumn Meeting, 2015.

Hidetaka Imamura, Sungyoung Kim “Spatial Ear Training Software for perception of Auditory Source Width” AES Japan Conference 2015.

AES 138th Convention in Warsaw, Student Design Conpetition “Spatial Ear Trainer” Silver Award 2015.

“Room acoustic parameters of perceived clarity of reproduced sound in small spaces” Department of Creativity of Music and Sound, Tokyo University of the Arts, Master’s thesis 2014.

“Influence of Directional Differences of First Reflections in Small Spaces on Perceived Clarity” Acoustical Society of Japan, Music and Acoustic Association, 2014. (vol.33 no.1)

Hidetaka Imamura, Sungyoung Kim, Atsushi Marui, Toru Kamekawa, Richard King, Wieslaw Woszczyk. “Discovering Perceptual Characteristics of Multichannnel Music with Height Ambiences for Japanese Listeners” ICMPC13 in Korea. 2014.(Poster presentation)

Hidetaka Imamura, Atsushi Marui, Toru Kamekawa, Masataka Nakahara “Influence of Directional Differences of First Reflections in Small Spaces on Perceived Clarity” AES Convention:136, eBrief:134. 2014.(Poster presentation) [PDF]

“Influence of First Reflections in Listening Room on Subjective Listener Impression of Reproduced Sound” Acoustical Society of Japan, Music and Acoustic Association, 2013.(vol.32 no.5)

Hidetaka Imamura, Atsushi Marui, Toru Kamekawa, Masataka Nakahara “Influence of First Reflections in Listening Room on Subjective Listener Impression of Reproduced Sound” AES Convention:134, eBrief:82. 2013.(Poster presentation) [PDF]

 

ACTIVITIES

Acoustical Design:Sep/2016 西武池袋『フランス競馬 華麗なる社交の世界』展

Acoustical Design:Apr/2016 ~Jun アフガニスタン特別企画展「バーミヤン大仏天井壁画 〜流出文化財とともに〜」

Internship: Nov/2015 ~ Mar/2016 Harman International

Research Assistant:Aug/2014 ~ Oct/2014 Rochester Institute of Technology, Electrical Computer and Telecommunication Engineering Department

Teaching Assistant:April/2013 ~ Mar/2014 department of Musical Creativity and the Environment, Tokyo University of the Arts.

Acoustical Design:April/2014 ~ June/2014「別品の祈り -法隆寺金堂壁画- 」COI-T「感動」を創造する芸術と科学技術による共感覚イノベーション

Sound Recording:2014. Audio Engineering Society 136th Convention in Berlin. Student Recording Competition「Making Music is」

Sound Design:March/2014 Graduate School of Film and New Media, Tokyo University of the Arts.”Growth Factor”, “My Dear”

Event planning: AES Japan Student Section “Lectures of sound mastering ~Past, Present and Future of sound mastering~

Event planning:AES Japan Student Section “Sound & Music Workshop vol.4