Multi-channel audio for concerts and audio installations
The class combines practical and theoretical aspects of working with multichannel audio. The student is introduced to the use of multi-channel sound at live concerts and audio installations.
- The topics are introduced in a historical context and include spatial hearing, psychoacoustics, panning modes (theory, implementation, limitations) and current panning tools
- Different techniques and methods are presented from both a practical and a theoretical point of view
- Using amongst others the 36-channel speaker arrangement at ‘Klubscenen’ practical experience is gained from creating acusmatic works as well as live performances
- The teaching is a combination of presentations, review of software and hardware, listening sessions and critique sessions on the students’ work
That the student at the end of the course:
* Can compose and produce original multi-channel material for playback or live performance
* Knows the possibilities of different spatialization methods
* Is familiar with the basic principles of psychoacoustics in connection with spatial sound
* Can analyze, describe and identify techniques and methods used in spatial composition and sound design
* Is experienced with different forms of sound spatialization in artistic projects
TEACHING AND WORKING METHODS
10 students, maximum 4 external students
Certificate with the evaluation Approved/Not approved. This certifies that the objectives have been achieved at a level at least corresponding to a Pass, and that current attendance rules have been followed
If you wish to participate in one of the TVAERS courses, you must enter up to 3 priority course requests. You can wish max. 2 courses and you will receive a reply no later than the 10th of August on whether you have a place on a course.
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One semester: 1,2,3 or 4. th semester
Det Jyske Musikkonservatorium
Danish – English if required by participants