The creation of a 52.1 surround sound system is described with a focus on new strategies for sound motion and localization. Innovative artistic, technical, and research approaches to multichannel electronic music composition, spatial sound design, and sound-localization solutions for the study of auditory perception are introduced. A set of software applications is discussed to illustrate the scope of creative possibilities offered by the surround system as a singular performance and research venue.
Affiliation: SUNY College at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, USA
AES Convention: 139 (October 2015) Paper Number: 9467
Publication Date: October 23, 2015
Subject: Spatial Audio
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