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.

The 31st International Audio Engineering Society Conference - REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

The 31st International Audio Engineering Society Conference - 
"New Directions in High Resolution Audio"
Queen Mary, University of London, June25th-27th, 2007. 

Submitted by Josh Reiss on 4 April, 2007 - 14:13.

Signal Processing for Wireless Communications Workshop 2007

Following the success of the Signal Processing for Wireless Communications (SPWC) conferences, the Centre for Digital Signal Processing Research (CDSPR) at King's College London will be hosting the fi
Submitted by mrapsouthern on 1 April, 2007 - 13:17.

SpACE-Net and Creative Call for Works Announced

In partnership with leading audio company and soundcard designer Creative, SpACE-Net would like to commission a specific piece of sound design or a specific sound artwork, with interactive spatial aud

Submitted by jude on 13 February, 2007 - 16:15.

SpACE-Net website all new & exciting.

In order to foster a collaborative community the SpACE-Net website has been transformed into an interactive portal with the capacity to organise and disseminate a wealth of information to which SpACE-Net members can contribute directly:

Submitted by tim on 24 November, 2006 - 18:00.

Impulse Responses (DTM)

Developments in measuring the acoustic characteristics of concert halls and opera houses are leading to standardized methods of impulse response capture for a wide variety of auralization applications. The work presented here are some of the results from a recent UK survey of non-traditional performance venues focused in the field of acoustic archaeology. Sites have been selected and analyzed based on some feature of interest in terms of their acoustic properties. As well as providing some insight as to the characteristics and construction of these spaces, the resulting database of measurements has a primary use in convolution based reverberation and auralization.

Submitted by damian on 24 November, 2006 - 09:45.