In 2009, the development of the AMT was initiated by Peter Søndergaard within the AABBA project (Blauert 2009, 2013).
In 2013, Piotr Majdak took over the maintenance and further development of the AMT.In addition, the following persons contributed to the AMT (in chronologic order):
Søndergaard, P. and Majdak, P. (2013). "The Auditory Modeling Toolbox," in The Technology of Binaural Listening, edited by Blauert, J. (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg), pp. 33-56. [bibtex]If you use a model available in the AMT, cite the paper describing the model and the AMT. For example, when using the model for sagittal-plane sound localization described in Baumgartner et al. (2014) you could write:
We used a sagittal-plane sound localization model (Baumgartner et al., 2014) implemented in the Auditory Modeling Toolbox (Søndergaard and Majdak, 2013).
If you have questions about the AMT, send an email to the mailing list. You don't have to be a member of the mailing list to send a message.
If you think you have found a bug in the AMT, check out the bug tracker and input the description of the issue you have found. The bug tracker contains a list of all current issues within the AMT and all feature requests for the future.
J. Blauert, J. Braasch, J. Bucholz, H.S. Colburn, U. Jekosch, A. Kohlrausch, J. Mourjopoulos, V. Pulkki, A. Raake (2009). "Aural assessment by means of binaural algorithms - The AABBA project -" Proceedings of ISSAR 2009: Binaural Processing and Spatial Hearing, 2nd International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research
J. Blauert (2013). "The Technology of Binaural Listening" Springer 2013 (ISBN: 978-3-642-37761-7)
Søndergaard, P. and Majdak, P. (2013). "The Auditory Modeling Toolbox," in The Technology of Binaural Listening, edited by Blauert, J. (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg), pp. 33-56.