Posts Tagged ‘Soundfield’

Monkeying around with sound

Following the profile of extreme cameraman/sound recordist Phil Coates on the site a couple of weeks ago I thought it only fair to feature the exact opposite merely for the sake of balance. In this article on Line-up Stuart Bruce describes the trials and tribulations that are presented when recording sound in the jungle for a 3D […]

Soundfield’s Pieter Schillebeeckx on 3D Audio

A chat with Soundfield’s Pieter Schillebeeckx (pictured right) shortly after he’d chaired a BVE 2012 Audio Room session on early developments in the field of 3D audio. The session featured BSkyB’s Martin Black, Chris Pike from BBC R&D and Dolby’s Mark Pascoe, and focussed on how 3D audio will eventually be delivered into the home, […]

BVE 2012 Audio Room seminar highlights

As you were reminded on Tuesday, BVE 2012 is just around the corner (Earls Court 2, 14 – 16 February to be precise). You’ll find us on stand C4. Looking at the seminar programme at BVE this year, we’re delighted to see there’s a dedicated Audio Room, and here are a few of our highlights […]

Audio Mixing for 2D and 3D

BSkyB are arguably the most experienced broadcaster in the world when it comes to live mixing in 5.1. They launched their HD Sky Sports channel in 2006, setting a template for HD and 5.1 production for years to come. They were equally forward-thinking when it came to 3D, and were one of the first broadcasters […]

BBC ambisonics and surround research

While doing research for another update, I stumbled across this blog post dating from 2010 about ambisonics and periphony by Anthony Churnside, who was then working at the BBC’s R&D lab in Manchester. The post contains this video featuring the current head of the audio R&D team, Andrew Mason and Quentin Cooper, presenter of Radio […]