A fascilitator for people to explore the creative potential of surround sound.

I’m going to flesh this out some more.

Ambisonia is a  fascilitator for people to explore the creative potential of surround sound.

A mantra could be:

Explore the creative potential of surround sound

Given this angle, it is entirely consistent to sell gear that allows people to record/produce surround sound. So I feel this is coming together.

… I want to make it clear that you can ‘publish’ your work … meaning that you can get the creative satisfaction of people actually listening to your work… (which is the artist’s greatest satisfcation)…  that’s not creative potential … that’s creative satisfaction.

maybe just … “get creative with surround sound” works. hmm …. an other option is “publish your surround sound creativity” … or maybe “listen, create, publish surround sound”.

or maybe “get creative with surround sound and publish it!”.

comments?

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One Response to A fascilitator for people to explore the creative potential of surround sound.

  1. crispin14 says:

    Etienne:
    Not because I disagree with you, only to stimulate conversation, I’ll suggest that it would be nice to have a different term than just “surround sound.” The word is overused today, and although it generally means a good experience, the word and concept don’t jump off the page.
    I had some audio fans over to my place the other day to listen to some of your sample DTS files. What really astonished these listeners was the fact that it did not seem that any sounds were coming from the speakers. A good ambisonic effect is almost like an audio “plasma” or “ether.” I wonder how we can get across this difference between ambisonic and conventional surround?

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