Creating interspaces for live octophonic spatialisation of sound
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Citation:Austin-Stewart, J. (2017). Creating Interfaces for Live Octophonic Spatialisation of Sound. Pūrātoke: Journal of Undergraduate Research in the Creative Arts and Industries,1(1), 35-48. Pūrātoke: Journal of Undergraduate Research in the Creative Arts and Industries, 1(1), 17-25. ISSN: 2538-0133. Auckland, New Zealand: Unitec Institute of Technology. Unitec ePress. Retrieved from: http://www.unitec.ac.nz/epress
Permanent link to Research Bank record:http://hdl.handle.net/10652/4033
This essay will detail the process and creation of elle – an octophonic drone interface for the CMPO 381 – Interface Design for Live Electronics paper at Victoria University of Wellington. elle – an octophonic drone interface is a 2-channel hardware interface that enables users to control an 8-channel MaxMSP patch, of the same name, with which one can create continuous drones by dropping any audio sample into the patch. These drones can then be spatialised within an octophonic array. The hardware and MaxMSP interface interact with one another to enable aural and visual feedback of the physical changes input by the user. It is designed as a simple interface to use, so that the knowledge barrier to entry is small. Cover photograph: elle - an octophonic drone interface by Jesse Austin, hardware interface.
Keywords:elle (an octophonic drone interface), live electronic music, interfaces, MaxMSP interface, spatial music, multi-speaker spatialisation, New Zealand School of Music, Victoria University at Wellington courses
ANZSRC Field of Research:190407 Music Performance, 120304 Digital and Interaction Design
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