Many common and popular sound spatialisation techniques and methods rely on listeners being positioned in a “sweet-spot” for an optimal listening position in a circle of speakers. This paper discusses a stochastic spatialisation method and its first iteration as implemented for the exhibition HotPocket at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Oslo in2017. This method is implemented in Max and offers a matrix-based amplitude panning methodology which can provide a flexible means for the spatialialisation of sounds.
An Approach to Stochastic Spatialisation: A Case of Hot Pocket
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