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Topics covered included binaural and multichannel audio, the cutting edge of 3D sound, as well as spatial audio for interactive applications, VR, AR, installations and performance work.
We hit 50% non-male gender balance!
The morning session covered the latest workflows for recording and producing spatial audio content for 360
The afternoon featured a hands-on session that introduced participants to the Bela platform and discussed the potential for using the platform as part of an interactive spatial audio system. Bela is a low latency embedded platform developed especially for real-time audio. Participants learned how to build
Instructor – Enda Bates Enda Bates is a composer, musician, producer and academic based in Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. In 2010 he completed a PhD entitled The Composition and Performance of Spatial Music at Trinity College Dublin, where he now lectures. His research work includes spatial audio for VR, spatial music composition and performance, the aesthetics of electroacoustic music, and the augmented electric guitar. His work has been performed by, among others, the Crash Ensemble, RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, Paul Hillier /Chamber Choir Ireland, Anne La Berge, the Doelen Quartet, Trio Scordatura, Ensemble Mise-en, Concorde, Darragh Morgan and New Dublin Voices.
Instructor – Becky Stewart Becky Stewart is a Lecturer in the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at Queen Mary University of London. She works with e-textiles and signal processing to build interactive, body-centric wearable computing systems. These systems often incorporate performance, fashion, music and/or design.