SpACE-Net, originally funded by the UK's EPSRC, was set up to bring together a community of spatial audio researchers, practitioners and artists, drawn from the fields of science, audio engineering and the arts. By combining theoretical, experimental and creative approaches, it aimed to identify and develop important new directions in spatial audio research and practice, and to encourage and promote work in these areas.

Wild Wave

In contrast to title, illectronic machine used be use as mediator.
unseen or unknown sources of chance become frequent construction of subjects.

Submitted by arsmuv on 20 January, 2008 - 05:52.

lighter than air

An ongoing series of works concerned with the relationship between the zeppelin and the piano.

Submitted by jweaver on 1 January, 2008 - 12:06.

the simulacrum of restoration

A collaboration with angus carlyle and the illustrious company

Submitted by jweaver on 1 January, 2008 - 12:04.

3D Wave field synthesis approach

Several years I work on project aimed to restore the genuine sound field in all three space dimensions physically. Basis is wfs, but not based by the usual loudspeaker rows in ring around the listener. The loudspeaker field placed only behind the screen wall. Regarding the connected procedure for the "transformation of the early soundfield" I have a German patent.

Submitted by Helmut Oellers on 14 December, 2007 - 11:57.

SpACE-Net site images and audio files

There's been a problem with the SpACE-Net website for while now which is causing image and audio files to have extra bytes appended to their headers, making most viewers/players refuse to open them.

Submitted by tim on 13 December, 2007 - 14:44.

Linux software for Ambisonics

Some excellent free Linux software for Ambisonics and audio measurements can be found at Fons Adriaensen's website

Submitted by nettings on 11 December, 2007 - 13:08.

PhD studentship University of Glasgow

A three-year PhD studentship is available in the area of novel gestural and audio user interfaces for use on the move on the EPSRC-funded "GAIME: Gestural and Auditory Interactions for Mobile Environments" project. This project will be in collaboration with Nokia Research Centre in Helsinki.

Submitted by jude on 7 November, 2007 - 14:51.

A Tonal Time Twister

A Gallery Lift tranformed into an interactive Installtion using sound, light, colour and pressure pads.

Submitted by melta on 19 October, 2007 - 13:24.