On Friday 07 January 2011 09:10:41 Giso Grimm wrote:
I imagine it could be used:
Ambisonic when shipped seems to be normalized to distance of 1 unit.
When your speaker array is much bigger or smaller, one could use that=20
information to rescale the sound reproduction.
But I haven't actually thought about this or even tried some formulas... Mi=
One other usage for the distance is for near-field compensation. I believe=
fons' ambidec can do that, but isn't using the distance for this. Might be=
interesting to make the amount of near-field compensation depend on the=20
distance of the speakers.
=46inally, one of the main advantages of ambisonics compared to that 5.1/7.=
crap is that your setup doesn't have to be perfect. Different distances and=
even different irregularities in shape can be compensated and still reprodu=
the signal as intended.
Arnold, just realizing that my "worlds smallest amb-rig" won't be finished =
time for a lac-talk...
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