AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractA poster report: A cohort of <50 final year BSc students were given access to proprietary hardware/software solutions to enable them to capture and manipulate large natural sound fields. Their task was to develop novel and innovative solutions to uncommon spatial sound problems. The results showed that it is theoretically possible to mount very large navigable sound fields and that the principles are (unlike domestic technologies) upwardly scalable to an unknown limit. The students had no technical precedents to follow, and developed their solutions empirically through ‘trial and error’ methods. They subsequently theoretically analysed the psychoacoustic results.
PublisherUniversity of Derby
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