Our yearly Sounds in Space symposium is shaping up to be a great event. We have a talk from the BBC’s Chris Pike confirmed as the keynote (on object-based broadcasting with examples played over our 20 speaker 3D rig) and further talks on subjects such as surround bone conduction audio, multi-channel internet streaming and live, large scale surround sound composition and implementation. We still have spaces for more talks, so please send short abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Monday 19th May 2014.
Live demos and surround works are actively encouraged (we’ll have a 20 speaker 3D rig available in the presentation room – I can provide a Higher Order Ambisonic Decoder if necessary).
We’ve also got plenty of spaces left for attending this free event. If you’re interested in attending or presenting at what’s always a great day, please see this page for more details.