Thursday, May 12, 2016 - 13:00

Immersive audio is appearing in modern cinematic storytelling more frequently. In traditional sound mixing, a first sound can have a tight semantic coupling to a second sound, such as a gunshot and ricochet, or a handclap and its reverberation. Immersive sound systems can direct these precedent and consequent sounds to different locations so that they envelop the audience. When consequent sounds are not managed, the psychoacoustic principle known as the “Haas Effect” can result in portions of an audience misunderstanding the placement of precedent sounds, momentarily disrupting their experience.

Guest Speaker: Bill Redmann, Technicolor

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