Sound in space: Lecture and workshop at NTNU
A two day lecture and workshop on artistic and practical work with sound and spatialisation.
Trond Lossius will be guest teacher at the Music technology study at NTNU for a two day lecture and workshop on spatialisation.
For the lecture Wednesday he will present documentation of a number of sound installations, and use them as a point of departure for discussion of his own experience with practical, artistic and acoustic problems related to the use of spatialisation for sound installations.
The 4 hour workshop Thursday (delivered twice) will be a practical hands-on demonstration of a number of techniques for spatialisation, such as vector-based amplitude panning (VBAP), distance-based amplitude panning (DBAP), first and higher order ambisonics, ambisonic equivalent panning and ViMiC – Virtual Michrophone Control. The demonstration will use Jamoma in order to provide a unified interface for the different rendering techniques.
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Last updated 2011-04-28.