Introduction to Sound Spatialization
|Morning||Introduction to spatial listening and spatialization;|
Learn to spatialize sound with standard Max tools.
|Afternoon||Introduction to the basic concepts and functions of Spat;|
Study of the internal structure of Spat;
A look at a selection of typical configurations: diffusion of an orchestra using 4 or 8 loudspeakers with different panning techniques: vbap, binaural, 5.1, ambisonics, etc.
|Morning||Simulations of concert halls and saving configurations;|
Introduction to controlling Spat: writing and memorizing basic trajectories;
|Afternoon||Introduction to tools for spatialized writing and external controllers (sequencer, sensors);|
Demonstration of the Ircam-Tools plugins for spatialization (Flux);
Hands-on exercises for writing spatialization.
|Morning||Introduction to other methods of spatialization: WFS, HOA;|
Presentation by an IRCAM sound engineer;
Case study based on different creations.
|Afternoon||Listening sessions and hands-on exercises in the studio;|
Students are invited to bring their sound elements to spatialize.