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Ambisonics lecture notes

Ambisonics is a method of codifying a sound field taking into account its directional properties. Instead of every channel having the signal what every loudspeaker should be emitting, as in stereo or 5.1 surround, every Ambisonics channel has information about certain physical properties of the acoustic field, such as the pressure or the acoustic velocity. 83 more words

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The Astro-Binaural Clock: A Hypothetical Auditory Orrery

One of my longstanding curiosities has been the middle ground to be found between science and spirituality. For many years I have had a strong interest in the field of astrology and have subsequently found it to be a domineering element in my personal understandings of the spiritual world. 1,199 more words

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New Paper: Energy Vector for Off-Centre Positions

I’ve had a paper accepted to the Journal of the Audio Engineering Society based on some of the work from my thesis. It was published last week. 156 more words

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STEMS - The future has started

Today is the 21st October 2015, the date the McFly travelled to in Back to the Future 2. We don’t have hover boards yet but we do have STEMS. 288 more words

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