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We are delighted to announce the AES 41st International Conference on Audio for Games. This is the 2nd AES conference specifically targeted at game-audio.
We are currently inviting workshops, tutorials and papers covering all areas of game-audio.
If you would like to be involved, or for further details of the conference, please visit:
The University of Surrey's Institute of Sound Recording (IoSR) has further research scholarships to offer to students starting PhD research with us in October 2010 in the area of psychoacoustic engineering. Please see www.surrey.ac.uk/soundrec/php/scholarship.php for more information.
An X-spat boX2 system, 8 inputs on 24 speakers, installed in the Auditorium.
More information at:
At the Ambisonics Symposium 2010 (hosted by IRCAM in Paris), I presented a paper on using a 3rd-order Ambisonic rig to present non-Ambisonic electro-acoustic works with virtual speakers.
The paper is intended as a how-to for people who wish to employ similar techniques for their own concert events. It includes a report on informal listening tests that might be interesting as a starting point for further study.
The University of Surrey's Institute of Sound Recording (IoSR) has a research scholarship to offer to a student starting PhD research with us in October 2010 in the area of psychoacoustic engineering. Please see www.surrey.ac.uk/soundrec/php/scholarship.php for more information.
If you are a composer and want to join our social network/production center with your soundscape or soundscape compositions the production process' steps are the following:
York Minster to echo to the sound of heritage
A unique event showcasing sound-art and music in the historic setting of York Minster. I Hear Too: Live will feature seven specially commissioned music, performance and sound-art installation in various locations around the Minster.