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Spatial audio concert and workshops
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Augustine Leudar
2016-11-10 12:39:24 UTC
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If anyone's around Dublin on the 27th we have a spatial audio concert in
the Freemasons hall and two workshops taking place :

https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/spaces-and-places-tickets-28912967464

*The **Spatial Music Collective* <http://www.spatialmusiccollective.com/>* and
the **Association of Irish Composers* <http://composers.ie/>*Spaces &
Places*a day of spatial music workshops and concerts

Freemasons’ Hall, Molesworth Street, Dublin

Sunday November 27th 2016


workshop one: 2.30-4.30pm

workshop two: 4.30-6.30pm

concert: 7.30pm



The Spatial Music Collective and Association of Irish Composers are pleased
to announce a full day exploring spatial music, with two free workshops and
a concert of new works by SMC and AIC member composers.


Concert: The Spatial MC and AIC presents *Spaces & Places*

The concert will feature a selection of new works by members of the Spatial
Music Collective including two very special live performances by Jenn
Kirby, and Iride Project (Massimo Daví & Monica Miuccio). Also featured on
the programme are new soundscape compositions by Enda Bates and Augustine
Leudar based on field recordings from North and South America, an
image-processing inspired electronic piece by Eric Lyon, and new works by
Rachel Ní Chuinn, Brian Bridges, Neil O'Connor, and Thomas McConville.

Tickets for the 8pm concert cost €12 (€10 students, €6 workshop
participants) and are available from www.aicconcerts.eventbrite.com


To apply for a place on either masterclass, email ***@gmail.com with
“Spatial Audio Workshop” as the subject line before 5pm, 20 November, 2016.
Please include a brief outline of your current level of experience with
spatial audio in the email, along with your name, and contact details, and
which workshop you would like to attend. You may attend both workshops if
you wish, and workshop participants can also attend the concert at a
discounted rate.


Workshop 1: Immersive and interactive 3D audio for Theatre, Film and Sonic
art

with Augustine Leudar

This workshop will give a practical introduction to immersive 3D audio.
Participants will learn 3D audio techniques which can be used to create
live 3d sound for events, theatre and performance as well as pre-recorded
material for installations and film. The workshop will include instruction
on the use of lesser known but effective spatial audio techniques such as
DBAP, including specific techniques for constructing convincing spatial
audio illusions using non-peripheral speaker arrays. It will also feature a
collective field recording session in which the group will practice a
technique for mapping 3D sonic environments which we will then edit in a
DAW and listen to in the workshop.


Workshop 2: Spatial Audio for VR and 360 Video

with Enda Bates

This workshop will provide an introduction to recording, producing and
releasing spatial audio to accompany VR and 360 videos. Topics will include
Ambisonics, spatial recording techniques using portable recorders, sound
design for VR, and how to publish 360 audio and video online. The workshop
will demonstrate how to use cheap portable recorders such as the Zoom H2n
to record spatial audio, how to edit and produce spatial content using
Ambisonics and the DAW Reaper, and some tricks for publishing 360 content
online on YouTube and Facebook.



Spaces and Places is part of the Association of Irish Composers’ Other
Directions series, celebrating and exploring the expansive range of
approaches to composition by musicians in Ireland, including electronic
music, children’s concerts, improvisation and installations. Other
Directions is supported by Arts Council Ireland, and the AIC is supported
by IMRO.
--
Augustine Leudar
Artistic Director Magik Door LTD
Company Number : NI635217
Registered 63 Ballycoan rd,
Belfast BT88LL
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Peter Lennox
2016-11-10 16:04:20 UTC
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That sounds a good gig - wish I could make it

Dr. Peter Lennox
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College of Arts
University of Derby, UK
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https://derby.academia.edu/peterlennox
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Subject: [Sursound] Spatial audio concert and workshops

If anyone's around Dublin on the 27th we have a spatial audio concert in the Freemasons hall and two workshops taking place :

https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/spaces-and-places-tickets-28912967464

*The **Spatial Music Collective* <http://www.spatialmusiccollective.com/>* and the **Association of Irish Composers* <http://composers.ie/>*Spaces & Places*a day of spatial music workshops and concerts

Freemasons’ Hall, Molesworth Street, Dublin

Sunday November 27th 2016


workshop one: 2.30-4.30pm

workshop two: 4.30-6.30pm

concert: 7.30pm



The Spatial Music Collective and Association of Irish Composers are pleased to announce a full day exploring spatial music, with two free workshops and a concert of new works by SMC and AIC member composers.


Concert: The Spatial MC and AIC presents *Spaces & Places*

The concert will feature a selection of new works by members of the Spatial Music Collective including two very special live performances by Jenn Kirby, and Iride Project (Massimo Daví & Monica Miuccio). Also featured on the programme are new soundscape compositions by Enda Bates and Augustine Leudar based on field recordings from North and South America, an image-processing inspired electronic piece by Eric Lyon, and new works by Rachel Ní Chuinn, Brian Bridges, Neil O'Connor, and Thomas McConville.

Tickets for the 8pm concert cost €12 (€10 students, €6 workshop
participants) and are available from www.aicconcerts.eventbrite.com


To apply for a place on either masterclass, email ***@gmail.com with “Spatial Audio Workshop” as the subject line before 5pm, 20 November, 2016.
Please include a brief outline of your current level of experience with spatial audio in the email, along with your name, and contact details, and which workshop you would like to attend. You may attend both workshops if you wish, and workshop participants can also attend the concert at a discounted rate.


Workshop 1: Immersive and interactive 3D audio for Theatre, Film and Sonic art

with Augustine Leudar

This workshop will give a practical introduction to immersive 3D audio.
Participants will learn 3D audio techniques which can be used to create live 3d sound for events, theatre and performance as well as pre-recorded material for installations and film. The workshop will include instruction on the use of lesser known but effective spatial audio techniques such as DBAP, including specific techniques for constructing convincing spatial audio illusions using non-peripheral speaker arrays. It will also feature a collective field recording session in which the group will practice a technique for mapping 3D sonic environments which we will then edit in a DAW and listen to in the workshop.


Workshop 2: Spatial Audio for VR and 360 Video

with Enda Bates

This workshop will provide an introduction to recording, producing and releasing spatial audio to accompany VR and 360 videos. Topics will include Ambisonics, spatial recording techniques using portable recorders, sound design for VR, and how to publish 360 audio and video online. The workshop will demonstrate how to use cheap portable recorders such as the Zoom H2n to record spatial audio, how to edit and produce spatial content using Ambisonics and the DAW Reaper, and some tricks for publishing 360 content online on YouTube and Facebook.



Spaces and Places is part of the Association of Irish Composers’ Other Directions series, celebrating and exploring the expansive range of approaches to composition by musicians in Ireland, including electronic music, children’s concerts, improvisation and installations. Other Directions is supported by Arts Council Ireland, and the AIC is supported by IMRO.
--
Augustine Leudar
Artistic Director Magik Door LTD
Company Number : NI635217
Registered 63 Ballycoan rd,
Belfast BT88LL
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Dave Malham
2016-11-10 17:37:52 UTC
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Same here
Dave
Post by Peter Lennox
That sounds a good gig - wish I could make it
Dr. Peter Lennox
Senior Lecturer in Perception
College of Arts
University of Derby, UK
t: 01332 593155
https://derby.academia.edu/peterlennox
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Peter_Lennox
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Sent: 10 November 2016 12:39
Subject: [Sursound] Spatial audio concert and workshops
If anyone's around Dublin on the 27th we have a spatial audio concert in
https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/spaces-and-places-tickets-28912967464
*The **Spatial Music Collective* <http://www.spatialmusiccollective.com/>*
and the **Association of Irish Composers* <http://composers.ie/>*Spaces &
Places*a day of spatial music workshops and concerts
Freemasons’ Hall, Molesworth Street, Dublin
Sunday November 27th 2016
workshop one: 2.30-4.30pm
workshop two: 4.30-6.30pm
concert: 7.30pm
The Spatial Music Collective and Association of Irish Composers are
pleased to announce a full day exploring spatial music, with two free
workshops and a concert of new works by SMC and AIC member composers.
Concert: The Spatial MC and AIC presents *Spaces & Places*
The concert will feature a selection of new works by members of the
Spatial Music Collective including two very special live performances by
Jenn Kirby, and Iride Project (Massimo Daví & Monica Miuccio). Also
featured on the programme are new soundscape compositions by Enda Bates and
Augustine Leudar based on field recordings from North and South America, an
image-processing inspired electronic piece by Eric Lyon, and new works by
Rachel Ní Chuinn, Brian Bridges, Neil O'Connor, and Thomas McConville.
Tickets for the 8pm concert cost €12 (€10 students, €6 workshop
participants) and are available from www.aicconcerts.eventbrite.com
with “Spatial Audio Workshop” as the subject line before 5pm, 20 November,
2016.
Please include a brief outline of your current level of experience with
spatial audio in the email, along with your name, and contact details, and
which workshop you would like to attend. You may attend both workshops if
you wish, and workshop participants can also attend the concert at a
discounted rate.
Workshop 1: Immersive and interactive 3D audio for Theatre, Film and Sonic art
with Augustine Leudar
This workshop will give a practical introduction to immersive 3D audio.
Participants will learn 3D audio techniques which can be used to create
live 3d sound for events, theatre and performance as well as pre-recorded
material for installations and film. The workshop will include instruction
on the use of lesser known but effective spatial audio techniques such as
DBAP, including specific techniques for constructing convincing spatial
audio illusions using non-peripheral speaker arrays. It will also feature a
collective field recording session in which the group will practice a
technique for mapping 3D sonic environments which we will then edit in a
DAW and listen to in the workshop.
Workshop 2: Spatial Audio for VR and 360 Video
with Enda Bates
This workshop will provide an introduction to recording, producing and
releasing spatial audio to accompany VR and 360 videos. Topics will include
Ambisonics, spatial recording techniques using portable recorders, sound
design for VR, and how to publish 360 audio and video online. The workshop
will demonstrate how to use cheap portable recorders such as the Zoom H2n
to record spatial audio, how to edit and produce spatial content using
Ambisonics and the DAW Reaper, and some tricks for publishing 360 content
online on YouTube and Facebook.
Spaces and Places is part of the Association of Irish Composers’ Other
Directions series, celebrating and exploring the expansive range of
approaches to composition by musicians in Ireland, including electronic
music, children’s concerts, improvisation and installations. Other
Directions is supported by Arts Council Ireland, and the AIC is supported
by IMRO.
--
Augustine Leudar
Artistic Director Magik Door LTD
Company Number : NI635217
Registered 63 Ballycoan rd,
Belfast BT88LL
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Matthew Palmer
2016-11-11 02:13:49 UTC
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yeah this is rad, augustine ! would love to do both those workshops
Post by Dave Malham
Same here
Dave
Post by Peter Lennox
That sounds a good gig - wish I could make it
Dr. Peter Lennox
Senior Lecturer in Perception
College of Arts
University of Derby, UK
t: 01332 593155
https://derby.academia.edu/peterlennox
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Peter_Lennox
-----Original Message-----
Sent: 10 November 2016 12:39
Subject: [Sursound] Spatial audio concert and workshops
If anyone's around Dublin on the 27th we have a spatial audio concert in
https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/spaces-and-places-tickets-28912967464
*The **Spatial Music Collective* <http://www.spatialmusiccollective.com/
*
and the **Association of Irish Composers* <http://composers.ie/>*Spaces
&
Post by Peter Lennox
Places*a day of spatial music workshops and concerts
Freemasons’ Hall, Molesworth Street, Dublin
Sunday November 27th 2016
workshop one: 2.30-4.30pm
workshop two: 4.30-6.30pm
concert: 7.30pm
The Spatial Music Collective and Association of Irish Composers are
pleased to announce a full day exploring spatial music, with two free
workshops and a concert of new works by SMC and AIC member composers.
Concert: The Spatial MC and AIC presents *Spaces & Places*
The concert will feature a selection of new works by members of the
Spatial Music Collective including two very special live performances by
Jenn Kirby, and Iride Project (Massimo Daví & Monica Miuccio). Also
featured on the programme are new soundscape compositions by Enda Bates
and
Post by Peter Lennox
Augustine Leudar based on field recordings from North and South America,
an
Post by Peter Lennox
image-processing inspired electronic piece by Eric Lyon, and new works by
Rachel Ní Chuinn, Brian Bridges, Neil O'Connor, and Thomas McConville.
Tickets for the 8pm concert cost €12 (€10 students, €6 workshop
participants) and are available from www.aicconcerts.eventbrite.com
with “Spatial Audio Workshop” as the subject line before 5pm, 20
November,
Post by Peter Lennox
2016.
Please include a brief outline of your current level of experience with
spatial audio in the email, along with your name, and contact details,
and
Post by Peter Lennox
which workshop you would like to attend. You may attend both workshops if
you wish, and workshop participants can also attend the concert at a
discounted rate.
Workshop 1: Immersive and interactive 3D audio for Theatre, Film and
Sonic
Post by Peter Lennox
art
with Augustine Leudar
This workshop will give a practical introduction to immersive 3D audio.
Participants will learn 3D audio techniques which can be used to create
live 3d sound for events, theatre and performance as well as pre-recorded
material for installations and film. The workshop will include
instruction
Post by Peter Lennox
on the use of lesser known but effective spatial audio techniques such as
DBAP, including specific techniques for constructing convincing spatial
audio illusions using non-peripheral speaker arrays. It will also
feature a
Post by Peter Lennox
collective field recording session in which the group will practice a
technique for mapping 3D sonic environments which we will then edit in a
DAW and listen to in the workshop.
Workshop 2: Spatial Audio for VR and 360 Video
with Enda Bates
This workshop will provide an introduction to recording, producing and
releasing spatial audio to accompany VR and 360 videos. Topics will
include
Post by Peter Lennox
Ambisonics, spatial recording techniques using portable recorders, sound
design for VR, and how to publish 360 audio and video online. The
workshop
Post by Peter Lennox
will demonstrate how to use cheap portable recorders such as the Zoom H2n
to record spatial audio, how to edit and produce spatial content using
Ambisonics and the DAW Reaper, and some tricks for publishing 360 content
online on YouTube and Facebook.
Spaces and Places is part of the Association of Irish Composers’ Other
Directions series, celebrating and exploring the expansive range of
approaches to composition by musicians in Ireland, including electronic
music, children’s concerts, improvisation and installations. Other
Directions is supported by Arts Council Ireland, and the AIC is supported
by IMRO.
--
Augustine Leudar
Artistic Director Magik Door LTD
Company Number : NI635217
Registered 63 Ballycoan rd,
Belfast BT88LL
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The University of York
York YO10 5DD
UK
'Ambisonics - Component Imaging for Audio'
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