Blue Ripple Sound. The O3A Core plugin library is a set of essential tools that provide all the basics to produce a higher order ambisonic (HOA) 3D mix.
And it's free! The plugins included are: O3A Panners (Standard, Classic, Hemisphere, Large, Two Channel and Eight Channel)O3A Decoders (Mono, Stereo and 5.1 Basic)O3A Converters to/from FuMa or classic ambisonics and between ordersO3A BeamerO3A Virtual MicrophoneO3A GainO3A Look and O3A RotationO3A Spatial DelayO3A Metering (Standard and Signal)O3A Visualisers (Standard, Hemisphere, Colourizer and Flare) These are higher order ambisonic (HOA) VST2 and AAX plugins for macOS (10.7+) or Windows (Win7+) running on 32bit/64bit Intel.
They can be hosted in some Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) that can handle tracks with at least 16 channels. These plugins use the SN3D ambisonic convention, at third order. We use some free software in this product. IEM Plug-in Suite. SPARTA - Spatial Audio Real-time Applications. Software: envolvente. Envelop for Live (E4L) is a collection of free, open-source immersive audio production tools that work with Ableton Live 10 Suite*.
E4L enables artists and designers to create spatial mixes for Envelop venues or any multichannel audio environment, as well as headphone-based VR/AR applications. We believe that immersive sound is the future of audio production. Listening, from within the music, amplifies the emotional, creative and collective impact of sound. E4L is used for the spatialization of immersive sound in all Envelop listening spaces, yet it can also work with any DIY speaker array (4 speakers minimum) or even normal headphones.
E4L creates an open and accessible path for artists, producers, and designers, to create immersive audio and explore 3D music composition. If you have immersive music for an Envelop listening event or performance, feel free to submit your music here. We depend upon your support to continue the development of E4L as a free and open-source tool. Music and Technology: Recording Techniques and Audio Production. The Digital Musician: The following links are presented as recommendations for further reading.
All of the information on these websites is the responsibility of the administrators and may change over time. If you find any broken links or websites with inaccurate information, please let us know. Handbook for Acoustic Ecology Edited by Barry Truax. Extensive site organised around themes of Vibration, Magnitude, Sound–Medium Interface, Sound–Environment Propagation and Sound–Sound Interaction. Includes many sound examples. TOPLAP This is a live coding wiki, begun in 2004, which contains many useful resources. Audio-Technica: A Brief Guide to Microphones A useful guide to microphones, their types, patterns and characteristics. Guía de diseño sonoro (5): Las bellas mentiras de los efectos sonoros. Waveformless: Interesting Electronic Music Documentary Viewable on Pitchfork for a Week.
Revista Sonido y Acustica octubre 2010. The Audio Masterclass Music Production and Sound Engineering Online Course. The Audio Masterclass Music Production and Sound Engineering Online Course. Digital Audio Resampling Home Page. Next | JOS Index | JOS Pubs | JOS Home | Search Digital Audio Resampling Home Page Abstract: This document describes digital audio sampling-rate conversion and related concepts.
Audio, Sound & Noise. The 'Mixing Secrets' Free Multitrack Download Library (Cambridge Music Technology) The 'Mixing Secrets' Free Multitrack Download Library Below is a list of multitrack projects which can be freely downloaded for mixing practice purposes.
All these projects are presented as ZIP archives containing uncompressed WAV files (24-bit or 16-bit resolution and 44.1kHz sample rate). Audio. Audio. Microsoft Windows Media - Producing Multichannel Audio with Windows Media 9 Series. Creating 7.1 Audio. DL4YHF's Audio Spectrum Analyser. Spectrum Analyzer with Waterfall Display and real-time audio processing This program started as a simple FFT program running under DOS a long time ago, but it is now a specialized audio analyzer, filter, frequency converter, hum filter, data logger etc (see history).
You can download it from this site. Or look into the manual (in HTML format), even though the manual included in the archive will be more up-to-date. Furthermore, the same manual has occasionally been converted into a single PDF (SpecLab_Manual.pdf), but any attempt to create a common index and table of contents for this PDF, using OpenOffice (with proper page numbers instead of the hyperlinks) has failed miserably - see note in the preface of the PDF document. If you are looking for a short description in German language, look here. (SpecLab screenshot in "Colour Direction Finder" mode, VLF spectrum, colour~bearing) Features (screenshot of "Components" window from an older version) Some Applications Bat Converter. Audio Spotlight - Add sound and preserve the quiet. BBC documents.