ambisonics

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ambisonics

(ˌæmbɪˈsɒnɪks)
n
(Electronics) (functioning as singular) the technique of reproducing and transmitting surround sound. See surround sound
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Noyd Communications now has an impressive array of clients that includes VIZIO, Ambisonic Sound Technologies, DVDO, Krell Industries, The Luxury Technology Shows, RIVA, Kimber Kable, Questyle Audio, and EH Publishing's Campus Safety Events.
In 2015, Noyd Communications will embark on ambitious and creative marketing communications systems, PR and Social Media efforts for Ambisonic Sound Technologies' line of professional and home audio products and RIVA's Bluetooth speakers.
The Portal is a state-of-the-art, ambisonic space, devised by BE OPEN, Arup and the London Design Festival.
He noted movies in the future will use three-dimensional ambisonic sound, which will help recreate the movie's setting around the viewer.
Say you're watching a horror movie and the main character is walking down a very scary hallway, with ambisonic sound you could create that feeling around yourself like you're in the hallway with that person," Davis said.
In my most recent production, Writing Machine (premiered at my final concert at CNMAT in Berkeley), I first experienced the system for modelling 3D sound in the Ambisonic protocol, which is something that completely absorbed me and I would like to do a little more work in that direction--perhaps building a little "AlloSphere", inspired by the one they have at the University of California Santa Barbara, or IEM in Graz, somewhere here in the Czech Republic.
The technical people at Nimbus records, for instance, made a point of combining the coincident technique with Ambisonic surround processing.
Presenting highlights from Nimbus' extensive catalogue of Ambisonic recordings, the series will feature titles dating back to the early 1970s.
Using Arup SoundLab's ambisonic playback system to recreate the audience experience in 3D, a variety of acoustic and audio design changes were considered and weighed against TED's own high standards and expectations.
Students from three UAL colleges have had an opportunity to explore this unique ambisonic sound space in three quite different ways.
The Portal (designed by Arup) will be installed in the Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground at Chelsea College of Art and Design where the College, alongside Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design and London College of Communication, will use it to explore the unique ambisonic sound space, in three quite different ways.
Traditionally associated with Ambisonics, SoundField has a strong reputation amongst surround sound professionals as the only single microphone capable of delivering a full surround mix.