BINCI partner Timothy Schmele, from Eurecat’s Multimedia Technologies Unit, has delivered a presentation titled as “The Spherical Glitch Studies” at the 2018 edition of the Sounds In Space conference, a two day symposium organized by the University of Derby on June 25 and 26.
During the presentation, Schmele has explained the research done for the development of BINCI’s Spatial Synthesizer, an innovative tool for sound designers, producers and artists to create 3D music and other binaural content with BINCI’s Binaural Home Studio.
The Spatial Synthesizer is a distinctive part of BINCI’s market-ready integrated software and hardware solution, focusing on synthetizing sounds in 3D, a functionality not available in most commercial alternatives, which mainly focus on spatializing conventional mono or stereo sound sources.
Users of BINCI’s Spatial Synthesizer will be able to add a inherently spatial sounds, making the sound omnipresent or have it fluctuate in different directions, as well as introduce spatialized effects on the sound.
Sounds In Space, hosted by Creative Technologies Research Group, University of Derby, involves a full programme of research presentations and practical demonstrations relating to spatial sound providing a rich opportunity for exploration of academic, technical and creative practice research in the aesthetics, procedure, technology and perception of technology-based spatial sound and music.