The Spatial Ensemble

										

Scaling instrumental resonance and morphology for spatialised performance Despite the recent proliferation of enabling technologies for spatial sound design, the frequency of innovative public concerts based on these technologies is low. Expanding this cultural practice requires an integrated solution accommodating all stages of creation and production of a spatial sound performance, instrument research, development of

Scaling instrumental resonance and morphology for spatialised performance

Despite the recent proliferation of enabling technologies for spatial sound design, the frequency of innovative public concerts based on these technologies is low. Expanding this cultural practice requires an integrated solution accommodating all stages of creation and production of a spatial sound performance, instrument research, development of a scalable and flexible technology platform for diverse performance venues, and fostering of a research culture in contemporary performers. To fully exploit technology resources for delivering unique concerts, three PhD candidates will investigate diverse musical instrument resonance to integrate with new sound spatialisation strategies for public concerts.

Industry partners include the Elision Ensemble.

Project team

Lawrence Harvey – Chief investigator

David Forrest – Chief investigator

Jeffrey Hannam – Researcher

Michael Hewes – Postgraduate researcher

Richard Haynes – Postgraduate researcher

Richard Barrett – Partner investigator

Daryl Buckley – Industry partner, Artistic Director Elision Ensemble

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