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Taking Ambisonics into Theatre

Today I was involved in a collaboration between a local theatre company (Tinderbox) and my department at SARC. There are a few Sonic Arts people involved and we’re working with writers to create four scenes/plays that will make use of the Sonic Lab we have here. The challenge is to avoid just doing a radio play (or acoustmatic composition) and find where theatre and sonic arts can meet. Continue reading

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How’d you get all the way up there?! (Illusion of Elevation)

“But the car door slammed halfway up the wall!”

This was the reaction one person had after listening to a scene of a radio drama by one of my colleagues from the MA I did a few years ago (listen to it here) that played using 3rd order Ambisonics in the Sonic Lab in SARC. The thing is, this elevation of some sounds is present even for a 2D representation.

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