Morphing aural spaces in 7.1 music
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This paper outlines and discusses a method for improving interactivity in using space (aural and musical) as a compositional device in surround composition. The relative merits of 7.1 over 5.1 in this context are summarised. The question is asked if 'space' were granted equal compositional importance with the sounds themselves, what forms might this take, and how might one negotiate technical limitations that are imposed by digital audio workstations. Examples of technical and creative approaches are given.
Australasian Computer Music Conference: Interactive Conference Proceedings
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Musicology and Ethnomusicology