Monthly Archives: September 2008

Excited, stressed and in a quandry

Excited because I have Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, Amazon EBS and my little Ruby uploader working very very nicely together. I have created a script that sucks up *.amb files from S3 (online storage service) into an EC2 instance (a … Continue reading

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Sursound list fatigue. Market opportunity.

A member of the Sursound list asks what market problem Ambisonics solves. I have my opinions. But I know 1 problem that desperately needs a solution. How to make sense of the endless tireless debating flying in all directions on … Continue reading

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Is Google’s ‘free services’ strategy a win, generally, for all of us?

I think Nic Carr has done an excellent job with his high level description of what Google is about. Its actually quite simple. Google collects all the data it can about everything/anything … and uses that data to offer more … Continue reading

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XXXXX, the missing feature, and market research.

In the last post, I spoke about XXXXX the missing feature that I need to offer. Something that’s really really cool, and brings a new experience to surround sound. Something that opens up ambisonia.com to the next level. … maybe … Continue reading

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Can you fill in the XXXXXXX ?

This is where I’m at. $14.95 will buy you 3 months subscription to Ambisonia. For that, essentially, you get to download everything in a range of formats. I havn’t yet decided if whether or not *.amb files should remain as … Continue reading

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Ambisonic’s strength is also its weakness.

Its 2015. Ambisonics isn’t mainstream, but there is significant market awareness. Jane and Bob want some of the action, and so they decide to set themselves up with an Ambisonic listening rig. They walk into an audio hardware store and … Continue reading

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