After 4 years of work, I announce the release September 16, 2015 to Dunod, in partnership with the National Audiovisual Institute, the book on the multichannel: from production to the distribution of 5.1, 3D binaural. This book is intended for sound engineers involved in the new 3D audio technologies as well as students who may choose to form. We have collaborated with Patrick Thevenot on the part monitoring system and Jean Luc Ohl on coding and dissemination party. Many employees have brought their expertise and their different points of view in the world of film, television, radio, music, interactivity and video game sound design, research, the production and training ... The book has a section where many web applications include operating in various fields and an audio part you can access on this website, on the page Webplayer well as on the website of Wiley . We also make available a tool in pro tools session shape to quickly diagnose listening ITU 5.1. It is a vision on the use of multi-channel sound with feedback and also a discovery and learning by listening, which represents a real added value to the project! The book's foreword is written by Florian Camerer, senior sound engineer at the ORF, President of EBU group PLOUD a recognized personality in the field.
Access Page Player 5.1 on this blog for listening streaming sounds: Enter the last word of the legend of Figure 5.114 respecting upper and lower case.
The term "multichannel" (sometimes said "surround") refers to the use of multiple audio tracks to the return on a system with multiple speakers. The field of applications is vast: home theater, film, HD TV, radio, video games, music ... There are many multi-channel sound formats (5.1, 3D sound, binaural sound, Ambisonics, WFS ...) and each of them has implications for sound recording, artistic creation, restitution, diffusion ... This comprehensive book takes stock of the subject: formats, listening systems, paperwork and production, sound recording, coding and dissemination, exploitation broadcast, or Internet media. On www.dunod.com, the reader can access almost 150 sound files to find out by listening to the different possible formats of multichannel sound. QR codes also allow him to consult some color diagrams of the book.
General. The different formats of multichannel sound. Listening Systems. Perceptual factors. Sound aesthetic image. Sound recording. Post production. Coding and broadcast. Operating broadcast, media, internet. Bibliography.
Biography of authors
Bergamo Periaux - A graduate of the National Conservatory of Music in Paris, freelance sound engineer and head of the training branch Multichannel INA.
Jean-Luc Ohl - ENSEA Engineer (National School of Electronics and its applications), degree in acoustics, trainer at INA.
Patrick Thevenot - electroacoustician (Central School of Electronics of Paris) and sound engineer (Ecole Louis-Lumière), trainer at INA.
The festival honored Saturday the documentary "16 November 2011-19 February 2012," Alice Calm, for the price Nouvoson 5.1 and the radio play "Who is the Havre" Jean Guy Coulange, for the price INA 5.1.
Radio reports, radio Documentaries, Fictions radio, music, acousmatic pieces, sound creations for performances, interactive installations: a rich and varied program of any 5.1 content throughout the day. Participation of Swedish composer Ake Parmerud as part of the partnership with INA Expert. See you Saturday, January 31 at the Quartz in Brest!
Most content will be listening to binaural format from moving in an experimental setting, the application Orange Radio, available during the day.
As part of the 12th Festival Wavelength, a multichannel listening day will be offered Saturday, January 31, at the Quartz. We invite you to send us your sound creations 5.1 (documentaries, radio fiction, soundscapes, acousmatic works, stage designs, music ...) before January 16, 2015.
As every year, with the collusion of Hervé Déjardin and Bergamo Periaux, programming multichannel sound creations (5.1) from all horizons will be available to listen. If you are composers, sound designers, producers, professionals or students and have produced works in multi-channel, you can send us it. After jury selection (Hervé Birolini Hervé Déjardin, Bergamo Periaux), the works selected will be broadcast as part of Impromptus 5.1, Saturday, January 31, 2015, at the Quartz (Gallery of Photography Atlantic Centre). Continue reading →
Mixing Contest Crazy 2014 edition is launched from October 4th! Its principle is to achieve an original sound created from a common sound bank. The only limit is the time, 80 seconds, all the creative techniques are allowed.
Contest Ends December 28, 2014 at midnight.
It is allowed to participate in one or more categories provided to achieve an original creation for each deposit. - Stereo - Binaural (3D sound through headphones) - Multichannel 5.1 - Auro 3D 9.1 (use of the height) Read more →
The International Multichannel Sound Forum (FISM) organized during the SATIS, recognized since 1998 as the first European platform for discussion and demonstrations of international expertise in the field of multichannel sound.
For this 17th anniversary of the FISM, Radio France welcomes media professionals, film and broadcast studio 105 for two days of listening and debate.
This unique forum of its kind we will analyze musical and cinematographic works on an expanded 3D listening facility WFS system.
The day of Monday, November 17, 2014 will be devoted to morning an overview of multichannel broadcasting on television, on the web and on the Pure Audio Blu-Ray support; the afternoon will be devoted to a presentation of the different panoramic potentiometers (pannings) oriented 3D object and the 3D audio restitution. We will conclude by listening 9.1 the inaugural concert of the Grand Auditorium of Radio France.
The second day of Tuesday, November 18, 2014 will be dedicated to the artistic development and semantic 3D sound in the presence of directors, producers, artists and sound engineers. In closing this 17th edition, we will discuss 3D sound reproduction of symphonic formation in the presence of Jean-Claude Casadesus.
Throughout these days, workshops will offer plays records with 5.1 formats, domestic Atmos helmet and 3D home theater with its bars.
The number of places is limited, register now to ensure your participation.
Organized by Radio France, INA, Blu-ray and DTS Partners France Friday, October 17 9h-13h, Maison de la Radio 105 studio, this conference aims to study the technical and economic implications of the development of this new technology, and to question its impact on the creation and musical and film writing.
8:30: Home / coffee 9:15 to 10:15: Strategic issues of Blu-ray 10h15 - 11h: The artistic and technical implications of Blu-ray, listening extracts 5.1 11 am - 11:30 Integration of DTS in Blu-ray 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 Listen to extracts 5.1 Pure Audio Blu ray Questions / Answers 12h -13h Demos SDR 11.1 Helmet & Cocktail
On the occasion of IV 2.0 Radio meetings taking place Monday, October 13 at the Maison de la Radio, Studio 105, we organize a workshop on the Binaural 5.1 and for radio, from 14h to 15h.One hour to discuss innovation in broadcast technology and listening:
- Production and dissemination of new content spatialised
- The technical and artistic training related to the new media for radio
Comparative Listen to extracts 5.1 and binaural.
The objective of these meetings in 2014 is to participate in developing the 2.0 radio sector through an event that brings together professionals of presentations, debates, workshops and experience sharing.
Initiated in 2011, this day (7th edition between France and Spain) is also an opportunity to communicate around the 2.0 radio to showcase his qualities both in terms of innovation, economic opportunities and creative.
This year will be the opportunity to examine the new frontiers of 2.0 radio.Expanding universe, streaming redefines every day the way we listen and produce sound in all its forms.
4 main topics are on the agenda this year:
- Is the 2.0 radio ready for use? - Innovation in broadcasting and listening techniques - Musical prescription: Man vs Machine - New trends in advertising online
Mixing Contest Crazy 2014 edition is launched from October 4th! Its principle is to achieve an original sound created from a common sound bank. The only limit is the time, 80 seconds, all the creative techniques are allowed.
Contest Ends November 16, 2014 at midnight.
It is allowed to participate in one or more categories provided to achieve an original creation for each deposit. - Stereo - Binaural (3D sound through headphones) - Multichannel 5.1 - Auro 3D 9.1 (use of the height)
For the 6th edition, we have prepared a sound bank of high quality (25 files either 1.4 Gb) with the help of the founders of the Society for Ecology Acoustics Midwest American (MSAE) at Chicago: Mr Eric Leonardson and Mr Christopher Preissing.
All contest entries will be placed at the R128 standard, this means a consistent listening level between creations without using dynamic compression (compliance with volume shades). An explanation on the different formats on the R128 standard, as well as tools and tutorials in the "toolbox" of the site.
Nuit Blanche - special event Mixing Fou OPENING OF INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION CREATION OF SOUND IN 80 SEC
MIXING FOU invites the public to be surprised by the experiences of unpublished plays. 25 sound artists come together to celebrate the launch of the 6th edition of the Marcel Cerdan Gymnasium 3a rue Eugène Oudin 75013 Paris with unique features:
Listening tent on 6 channels, boxing ring in octophony + 5.1, interactive sound toys, Oli_Go the device for free improvisation desktop, visual & sound installations: Territory inside, giant sound ball, performances ...
Julien Belon, Olivar First, Patch Works, Jean Philippe Chalte, Yves Zysman, Nicolas Jacquot, Emmanuelle Gibello, Haythem Bellil Tony Hayère Hervé Birolini, Celine Laurens, Cendrine Robelin Stephane Robin, Marie Muller, Gilles Mardirossian, Bergamo Periaux, Rayan Dunn, Françoise Anger, Goran Vejvoda, Fabio R Lattuca, Pietro Bonanno, Husband Ohno, Thierry Dilger, Xavier and Jean Marc Courteix Hotel.
The second contest Nouvoson sound design is open and will run from April 11 to May 26, he proposed last year as a multi-category 5.1. For this second edition of the competition nouvOson sound creation is asked to guide the imagination on the banks of the Amazon or in the heart of the green hell, in deserts or areas of Brasilia on the edge of the favelas, and even Area of major football stadiums: Spirit Brazil must! The seven channels of Radio France (France Inter, France Info, France Bleu, France Culture, France Musique, and Fip The Mov ') and the direction of New Media team nouvOson have selected or TV shows, cut in undeveloped rushes emerged balance pre-concert to offer a unique range common to all. The goal: to develop an original creation spatial sound (stereo to 5.1) for a maximum of 2 minutes and impregnated with a "spirit Brazil".
The creation will be listened to and offered to 8 panels (one per radio + a synthesis for multichannel designs), each of which prevail in one. The winning works will be broadcast on the radio in stereo, and 5.1 nouvOson and binaural after remix multichannel format for the winning creations that were originally composed in stereo. Multichannel creation that has received the Grand Prix nouvOson allow its author received an order from the Directorate of Radio France New Media for a new work of a duration of 10 minutes, for the exhibition and dissemination of nouvOson. All mixers rewarded receive lots: plug in composition or spatial delivered by contest partners, and the GRM New Audio Technology.
Back on the day of Impromptus 5.1 February 15, Festival Wavelength, 5.1 and 22.2 plays at the Quartz in Brest. The program nearly 5 hours of continuous listening sound creations professionals but also students. Acousmatic music, radio Fictions, Documentaries, Soundscapes caught the ear but also curious connoisseurs.
Presentation and listening works 32 channels (reduced format 22.2) Jean Marc Duchennes.
Here is the program of the day Impromptus 5.1 in which you can listen to the selected sound creations for the edition 2014. This day will be held Saturday, February 15, CAP gallery, Le Quartz in Brest. The program also met Jean Marc Duchenne, electroacoustic music composer, who will present his acousmatic journey through tracks in 22.2. An appointment not to be missed!
A swallow in the nostril of the Great Buddha Marie-Hélène Bernard 9min52
Meeting with Jean-Marc Duchenne (11h-12h), in partnership with INA Global
acousmatic journey through tracks in 22.2
"How, in words, to account for the experience that is every time to listen to me talking loud sounds?How about this curious film association and architecture, sculpture and poetry, I try, very concretely, to shape them?Of these invisible but tangible spaces, where image and matter clash and offer closed eyes and ears open?
I prefer to leave it to the floor projectors sounds, air vibrators, my acousmobiles ...
Here thirties that its built-speaking, one that can only exist through its projection in the air through loudspeakers, became my territory exploration and expression.It is the material that I architectures shapes, images of the stories I tell.
In a closely nested manner with the realization of my works, I spent much of my time to reflect on the place of the space in conjunction with other criteria sounds, and explore techniques that allow me to deal with .I ended up making the tools I needed (the AcousModules), and more recently to gather my sound equipment peddler (the acousmobile), now essential to intimate my work. "
Impromptu No. 2 43 min (12 am-12:45)
Live Turenas Laurent Pottier 11min07
Cosmic clocks Frédéric Kahn 9min22
The other trout Baskerville Jean-Jacques Girardot 4min44
Maya light David Cabannes 4min31
The long walk Steve Heimbecker 10min11s
study, internship 5.1 sound creation INA framed by Hervé Birolini / B. Periaux, December 2013 Bruno Mourlan 4min
Impromptu No. Mar. 36 min (13h30-14h)
Covers Lights 56 Floy Krouchi 15min30 extract
Origin Romain Cayla 15min extract
BSRR # 00 Jean-Philippe Chalte 6min
Impromptu No. 4 40 minutes (15h-3:45 p.m.)
Test tones Daniel Courville 10min55
Moon Hoax Brest Julien Belon 6min40
Crazy Chicago Anger Françoise and Thierry Dilger 6min
Le Havre Port Jean-Guy Coulange 15min
Elements The Lions beat Irra 2min03
Impromptu No. 5 45min (17h-5:45 p.m.)
Radio dramas UBO 2013 His Master
Mario ROBERT "Eight years" 9min
Gabriel DELAIGUE "A minute of silence" 9min
Corentin COSOTTI "Either he never silent" 9min
Lola BODY "The headless mule" 9min
Clement ONA "El camino de Raphael" 9min
Impromptu No. 6 30 min (18h-6:30 p.m.)
Mixing Contest Crazy 2013, listening to mixes 5.1 of participants who Candidate
The Berlioz Requiem at Notre Dame de Paris, Wednesday, January 22 to 21 hours. An exceptional event to see and listen live binaural sound on the site nouvOson.
Direction: Maestro Gustavo Dudamel.
Simon Bolivar Orchestra of Venezuela Radio France Philharmonic Choir of Radio France Maitrise Notre Dame de Paris
La Grande Messe des Morts opus 5 by Hector Berlioz is one of the monumental works that require exceptional numbers:
· 190 instrumentalists
· 160 singers
· 4 bands placed around the orchestra, to the cardinal points.
The recording and broadcast multichannel or binaural is the only way to restore the feeling of encirclement by the composer and wanted to do justice to this work incandescent. To do this, the technical management of Radio France has set up a capture and broadcasting device adapted to the dimensions of the event. The public will thus live a rare sound experience.
This concert will be broadcast on February 6 Music France and will remain available for six months in binaural version 5.1 on nouvOson.
The 2nd International Conference on Spatial Audio Will Be hosted at Fraunhofer IIS, Erlangen, Germany, The objective of the conference is again to Provide an inspiring environment for sound engineers and Researchers to the Chat challenges fait que can audio space lead to novel insights and techniques. In Particular, the conference Will bring together experts with practical and theoretical knowledge is crucial to qui Ensure continuous learning, innovation and improvement in the field of spatial audio.
Experts in the field, sound mixers and engineers, artists and Researchers will come together at this symposium. The platform intentionally year Enables hands-on knowledge and experience of sharing. Acoustically diverse rooms with parallel installations of wave field synthesis, 3D loudspeaker configurations with 9.1 to 22.2 channels and Higher Order Will Be Ambisonics Throughout The conference available for listening comparisons and demonstrations.
As part of the 11th festival and radio listening, a listening multichannel day will be offered Saturday, February 15, 2014, at the Quartz.
To participate, send your works before December 10, 2013!
As every year, with the collusion of Hervé Déjardin and Bergamo Periaux, programming multichannel sound creations (5.1) from all horizons will be available to listen.
If you are composers, sound designers, producers, professionals or students and have produced works in multi-channel, you can send us it. A selection will be made and we will broadcast the works selected within the 5.1 Impromptus, Saturday, February 15, 2014, at the Quartz (Atlantic Center Gallery of Photography). This year, some parts of this selection will be proposed listening on the site nouvOson.
Shipping Terms: Please send your works by WeTransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org as .wav files, 48kHz, 24-bit, 5.1 interlaced ITU (L, R, C, LFE, Ls, Rs) or separate and perfectly named pipes before December 10, 2013.
The competition was launched in 2013 from 11 October to 17 November 2013 (Awards November 23) at 38 days of participation!
To recall, the principle is to achieve an original sound design in one of four categories, stereo, binaural (3D sound through headphones, new class 2013), 5.1 multichannel, multi-channel 9.1 (use of the height), starting from a common sound bank (provided to the contest opening). The only limit is the time, 80 seconds, all the creative techniques are permitted!
In 4 years, participants from 19 countries on 5 continents have made over 10,000 visits and more than 250 crazy creations.
Florian Camerer (specialist in multi-channel ORF, Austria) is the publishing godfather 2013. He signed this year with other donors sounds, an exclusive library of sound quality recordings, mono, stereo, 5.1 and 9.1. This bank is available for download from the mad mixing site.
This year the awards will take place on the barge Anako Saturday, November 23! (Bassin de la Villette face at 61 Quai de Seine, 75019 Paris, Metro Riquet Stalingrad or Jaurès). There will be multi-channel broadcast WFS and binaural sound, live streaming of the event and a great evening mix live with participants of the contest.
A jury is made for each category. It will select a winner and will decide the winner by considering the choice of partners. The sponsor also present an award in his name and the public will elect his favorite creation (audience award).
Mixing Fou is supported by many partners: Auro Technologies, New Audio Technology, Sonic Emotion, Euphonia, Areitec, Game Audio Factory, Sensomusic, AudioGaming, CNAM ENJMIN, Cinela, Ambient recording, Orbe, Digital Salade
Tuesday, October 15 9 am-19h: Seminar Radio 2.0, INA 83 rue Patay 75013 Paris
14h-18h / INA / Radio France: Howspatialize sound for radio and what issues?(demo + discussion)
, ingénieur du son, spécialiste du son binaural (Radio France) Powered by Bergamo Periaux, sound engineer, trainer, responsible for the chain 'Multi channel' (INA) and Hervé Dejardin, sound engineer, sound specialist binaural (Radio France)
Listening to 5.1 spatialised programs and binaural for radio.
What challenges for these new forms of writing highlighting new Internet consumption patterns, through mobile, digital tablets and laptop?
What are the operating principles and production methods?
The objective of these meetings is to help develop the 2.0 radio sector through an event that brings together professionals of presentations, debates, workshops and experience sharing. This day is also an opportunity to communicate about 2.0 radio to showcase his qualities both in terms of innovation, economic and creative opportunities.
'Augmented Radio and Advertising' is the theme of this third edition of the Rencontres Radio 2.0 Paris.
The day will be structured around three main topics;
Social Radio & Transmedia: What form of transmedia storytelling await listeners connected over networks?
Radio increased and Second Screen: How to enrich the audio experience of the auditors on all platforms, on all screens?
Music Online Advertising: How the music, trademarks territory, is preempted by advertisers?
The 16th FISM (International Multichannel Sound Forum) will be held on November 18 and 19 at the Maison de la Radio, reserve your day! The program revolves around the themes "restitution binaural 3D", "object-oriented mix", "3D Dolby Atmos sound reproduction", "artistic and semantic developments of multichannel sound." Many interventions of the professional audio world (BBC, Radio France, DTS, Fraunhofer, Bayerisher Rundfunk, ORF, Swiss Audio, Orange Lab, IRCAM, Paris Conservatoire, Wisseloord Studios ...), many tracks 5.1, 9.1, spread with WFS (Sonic Emotion / Euphonia), binaural productions, productions Radio France, listening to a selection of works of the contest Crazy Mix 2013, first anniversary of Nouvoson and listening works contest Radio France, roundtables, workshops Plays in parallel (DMS Trinnov ...).
After Don Giovanni in 2009, Abduction from the Seraglio in 2011, France Music is partnering for the third time at the Opera de Rennes retransmission combining an artistic event quality and the use of new technologies, with the idea to broadcast to as many people and listening the best immersion masterpieces of opera.
This year Radio France offers, in addition to the stereo broadcast on France Musique, retransmission of La Traviata in binaural sound and image on the site nouvOson. This is the first at which you are invited Tuesday, June 4th from 20h: live broadcast and spatial sound the most famous Verdi opera at the new site of Radio France dedicated to multi-channel binaural sound!
The 5.1 multichannel mix will be done in the new car-Governance Radio France, together with the stereo mix broadcast live on France Musique and sound system with large screen on the Town Hall Square in Rennes and in several cities in Britain and on the network of regional television.
This mix will be encoded in real-time binaural and added to the images of France Television: the show can then be watched and listened with a simple stereo headphones on any computer or tablet boasting a sufficient connection to the website: http : //nouvoson.radiofrance.fr/.
Indeed, simple headphones provide evidence of the "3D sound" binaural mode. This p rocédé result of a sound processing artifact allowing the brain of the listener to reconstruct the sound space through a simple stereo.
The first technology, combined with live music from France, is made possible through the close collaboration between the teams on site of the Technical Department of Radio France, those of the Department of New Media in Paris, the Opéra de Rennes on Audiovisual Centre of the University of Rennes 2 (CREA) for the posting, the audiovisual company Telmondis for images (in agreement with France Television and TV Rennes), and with the help of Digital Media Solutions companies for the loan of encoder binaural BP 84 and Atanar for live streaming.
La Traviata will be available for replay for one month on nouvOson.
With more and more people access to reliable broadcast is happy mobile devices, the quality of the headphone listening experience is Becoming increasingly significant.This workshop explores how technology Could Will create immersive spatial audio binaural sound experiments For Those listening over headphones.
The subject is relevant to Both radio and television, as well as online media. Presentations Will Provide an introduction to many different aspects of binaural audio, from generation and distribution challenges to open research questions. The panel discussions Will allow glad makers and technologists to issue the technology providers and Researchers about how we can use binaural audio to Enhance the listening experience for audiences.
A set of demos aussi Will be presented, giving participants a chance to experience Reviews some of the technology for Themselves.
15-16 May 2013 / EBU, Geneva For Radio & TV Broadcasters and Their Audiences
1. Past - A bit of history 2. Present - Broadcasting binaural today 3. Discussion Panel: Binaural broadcasting strategies 4. Future - New research directions 5. Discussion Panel: Binaural in the real world - present and future
ImmersAV Jazz Concert - A Very Special 134th AES Convention Event In Rome
ROME: At 8:00 p.m. hrs on Monday evening, May 6, the 134th AES Convention Will host a very special event. The ImmersAV Jazz concert featuring The Greg Burk Trio Will Be Performed at the Saint Louis College of Music. As a unique aspect of the concert, Robert Schulein, president and owner of RBS Consultants, International year acoustical consulting firm, Will Be making a combined binaural and HD video recording for downloading from the website Following The AES convention. The audio / video recordings formatted Will Be Both headphone and loudspeaker for listening (via cross talk cancellation), for viewing by AES Subsequent members. This Will allow attendees an opportunity to live and expects the event to recreate the experience later by means clustering of a surround audio with video recording process is compatible with today's consumer viewer / listening technology.
Radio France launches NouvOson competition, open to the 5.1 multi-channel format, from April 17 to May 22, the details just below orhere.
You hunt sounds? You compose music? Go up, mix, tweak? You want to express your creativity on a new material? Then the contest nouvOson sound design is for you.The principle is simple!
Download! A sound palette of tens of sounds is offered by 7 RadioFrance radio (stereo extracts) and the site nouvOson (extracts 5.1). Extracts of emissions released, rushes extracts before editing, voice, moods, before balances -Concerts ... each radio station went to get in the simul 'antenna and hard drives pieces of iconic sounds of his "antenna color."
Create! From this unique sound material, everything is permitted Select, transform, sampler, mount, use all the possibilities of the multichannel mix ... The goal: develop an original creation spatial sound (stereo to 5.1) a maximum of 3 minutes.
Send! Your creation will be listened to and offered to 7 juries (one per radio), each of which prevail in one. The selected works will be disseminated to the stereo radio, and nouvOson 5.1 and binaural, after possible remix multichannel format for the winning creations were made in stereo. Meanwhile a "jury nouvOson" associating representatives of radio stations and team New Media award the Grand Prix nouvOson.
Win Grand Prix nouvOson! Creation which has received the Grand Prix nouvOson allow its author received an order from the Directorate of Radio France New Media for a new work of a duration of 10 minutes, for the exhibition and dissemination of nouvOson
Bergamo Periaux, multichannel multichannel sector specialist responsible for the INA, and Vincent Magnier, speaking in taking the multichannel image Ina present as part of AFSI their experiments different decision multichannel systems .
On Saturday, May 25th 14h-17h at Studio 85 (5.1 ITU listening system), 85 rue Lecourbe 75015 Paris
In the program :
- Presentation of a listening method
- Presentation and comparative listening to the different systems used in sound recording and filming music: ST 450, SPS 200, DPA 5100, MMAD, ORTFS, DORTF, cross IRT, Hamasaki square DMS.
Inscriptions on the website of AFSI here, limited places for members of the AFSI
Radio France opens its NouvOson site dedicated to new forms of writing for space. It contains 5.1 multichannel productions, and spatial binaural stereo, alone or with his image, music, documentaries, radio plays and soundscapes.
A wonderful advance in the new media where radio rises gradually. To discover without delay!
As every year, the festival organizes a Wave Length listening day multichannel (5.1) around sound creations. The meeting was held Saturday, February 9 at Quartz (CAP gallery) in Brest, from 10:30. This day is a discovery of works by composers, sound professional designers and students. Selection of musical creations, radio documentary, radio drama, made by H. and B. Periaux Déjardin.
Other multichannel appointment of the day, at 14h, exchanges on multichannel sound creation in partnership with the INA Expert club with Birolini H., H. and B. Periaux Déjardin. Sound image, aesthetic and language. Listening tour through the works of Hervé Birolini.
Fictions Radio 2012 Master Image and Sound University of Western Brittany 35 mn
"Andree Pujol," Marty Lucie, 9 mn
"Breaking the Silence", Charles Valentin, 7 mn 43
"For the Motherland" Alison Etienne, 9 mn
"Athena", Colin Rosso, 8 mn 49
IMPRINT 4 (35 min)
5.1 mixes crazy, 2012, 15 min
The crazy mix is a combination of sound creation open to all, from taxed sources. It is held annually on the website www.mixagefou.com and brings together a large number of participants (around the world), and professional audio partners. One part is devoted to the multi-channel formats around 5.1, 7.1 and 9.1 Auro 3D. We listen to the works of composers / sound designers who have candidate in Section 5.1.
01 Matthieu Deniau
02 Daniel Martin-Borret
03 Theo Boulenger
04 Lionel Guenoun
05 Patrick Aigroz
06 Cendrine Robelin
07 Eric - Marc Pernet Lonni-
08 Jaycee Bork
09 Anthony Picoron
10 Vianney Aube
11 Mathieu Menart
"Constellations" radio documentary, in 2012, Alice Calm, 21 mn
For the 15th anniversary of FISM this year in the home of Radio 12 and 13 November, a particularly interesting program will allow us to compare such refunds 9.1 Auro 3D, Dolby, DTS and WFS. A review of the past 15 years in terms of multichannel PdS by G. Theile and F. Camerer, recording Auro 3D F. Camerer, light on Dolby Atmos, the WFS technology, an assessment on the Hi Vision transmissions 22.2 Olympic games by K. Hamasaki (NHK), roundtables and multichannel music creation and multichannel reproduction fidelity, listening to a selection crazy mixes in 5.1, 7.1 and 9.1 (competition crazy mix 2012), interventions Image on reports and by France Télévisions, on the radio increased by Radio France, multichannel production. On two days, workshops Plays 5.1, binaural listening and bars.
The Contest 2012 crazy mix opens this Sunday, May 6 this year, and is surrounded by a large number of partners. There are four categories for this edition, the stereo and multichannel formats 5.1, 7.1 and 9.1 (Auro-3D) adds the notion of height. The contest runs from May 6 to June 3 Notice to creators, sound designers, musicians, students and professional sound ...
The principle of the competition is to create an original sound 80 seconds with a common sound bank for all participants. This sound library is distributed at the opening of the contest on the site www.mixagefou.com. Competitors have four weeks to submit their original work on the site, all effects are allowed ... each competitor can play four times. In stereo category, and the multichannel categories 5.1, 7.1, and 9.1 Auro-3D partners choose then mixing their favorite Fou, without consultation and with impunity, to award one or more gifts. There is no first prize or the second prize, only the choice of each partner.
This contest is open to everyone (not just musicians, technicians and specialists sounds MAO) and all nationalities (the site is translated into French, English, Spanish and German). There are no technical or aesthetic criteria to participate, one condition to a FOOOOOuuuu Mixing.
Lesonmulticanal is partner of Crazy Mix and ENJMIN, SONIC EMOTION, MSM Studios, Auro-Technologies, Surround Library, the Creadoc, Orbe, Sodasound, Euphonia, CDA Enghien, Game Factory audio, Sonar Surround Ambient Recording, VR Sonic, SFX, the FRAC Poitou Charentes, Audio Gaming, Gilles Mardirossian, Irene and Guy Senaux Omelianenko.
DTS announces the conclusion of an agreement with ATEME society, to bring DTS Neural Surround technology to video programs available on demand. Preferred partner ATEME, Free should be the first to benefit on its Freebox ...
ATEME, which provides the encoding equipment to Free and whose Xavier Niel is a member of the Board, has signed a partnership with DTS to add DTS Surround Neutral technology in its equipment. This technology allows to store a 5.1 or 7.1 signal into a stereo signal, which allows it to be incorporated into many types of flows, particularly in the area of broadcast (TV) or ADSL.
VOD services on Freebox could be the first to benefit from this enhanced sound quality. Freebox, chain-end, will be broadcast directly to stereo or recreate a 5.1 or 7.1 signal, depending on the distribution of equipment connected.
"ATEME and DTS allow us to access content encoded in the highest quality possible, which strengthens our VOD service," saidMaxime Lombardini, CEO of Iliad (Free parent).
From 1 to 4 December 2011 held the 9th edition of the festival Wavelength, held each year in Brest. This year multichannel prominently including with programming 5 impromptu Saturday at 3 Quartz_une selection of works from all walks of Bergamo and Hervé Dejardin_et Periaux broadcasting on Thursday 1 to 20h at Cinema Studios, reports of Interception multichannel presence of Lionel Thompson, producer of the program Interception of France Inter, Hervé Déjardin, sound engineer at Radio France and Irene Omélianenko, head of documentary programs on France Culture.
Moreover, a binaural workshop organized by Lucie Hardoin is on Saturday at 10 am at Quartz.
The programming of the works selected for impromptu Saturday: documentaries, fiction, soundscapes, acousmatic music IMPROMPTUS_5.1
A 6th edition of the festival of radio creation where sound is again studied, pushed, explored in different forms. Installations, lives, conferences, live broadcasts, films, plays ... A panel of events for a parcel definition of sound art.
[Sonor] through the performing arts and contemporary art. Proposals complement and public intersect around a single focal point: the sound.
The festival is always wandering - Resistencia in Cholet, the Cinematograph, the only place ... - invests and this year new places of Nantes - the Botanical garden, the Pannonica, the Rotonde bar, the Maison des Arts Saint-Herblain.
The 2011 edition continues its auditory explorations and gives pride to atypical installations. From March 18 to 27.
and plays in the 5.1 to imanche 27 March 17h, at the Lieu Unique, Nantes
Selections Hervé Déjardin and Bergamo Periaux
The Multichannel 5.1 develops the same device and films. The listener is wrapped, the sound becomes palpable. A mailing pieces playing opportunities for disseminating 5.1 to open an imaginary space where sounds become characters staged by the sound system. Works of Christian Zanési Ake Parmerud, Birolini Hervé Hervé Déjardin Laurent Cugny, Bergamo Periaux ...
Friday 4 and Saturday, February 5, in partnership with the Folle Journée in Nantes, France Radio offers live broadcasts multichannel.
Two concerts will be recorded and distributed in the multi Theodor W. Adorno Salon so that the public finds the sensations experienced during the actual concert.
"We want to make this experience with this festival, a showcase of the expertise of the technique of Radio France. This experiment will provide channels of Radio France the opportunity to broadcast in stereo and multi-channel format live in the near future. "
Multichannel sound system 5.1 Dissemination Friday, February 4 at 20:30 in the lounge Wagner Theodor W. Adorno:. Prelude and Liebestod, excerpts from "Tristan and Isolde" Wagner: Prelude, excerpt from "Parsifal" Mahler: Kindertotenlieder Soloist unclear. Orchestra of the Hague residence under Neeme Jarvi. (Registration Thursday, February 3 8:15 p.m. Auditorium Friedrich Nietzsche)
5.1 multichannel sound system broadcast Saturday, February 5 at 19:00 in the lounge Theodor W. Adorno Brahms:. Opening for Academic Festival opus 80 Strauss: Also Sprach Zarathustra (Also sprach Zarathustra) opus 30 Ural Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Dmitri Liss (Registration Friday, February 4 4:45 p.m. Auditorium Friedrich Nietzsche)
5.1 Listen streaming concerts on the website of France Music by
The third edition of the "Mad Mix" will be held from 14 February 2011 to 13 March 2011 in partnership with the Creadoc and Pole Image Magelis Angoulême. This is a contest of sound creations which this year opens to multichannel. The concept created and organized by Thierry Dilger of Creadoc, the mixer is to provide a series of sounds to be mixed without any constraints. The first two editions were competing creators of international different backgrounds!
For the 8 th edition of the festival Wavelength, several themes around the multichannel are available on Saturday and Sunday, 05/04 December. Saturday afternoon will feature three 30-minute impromptu in which you can let yourself be enveloped by the sound in a small living room into a home theater set up at the entrance of Quartz. The morning of December 5 will be devoted to the presentation of a report made in 5.1 "As long as there are shepherds," Pascal Dervieux, journalist at France Inter and producer of the program Interception and Hervé Déjardin, engineer the Radio France. The afternoon will focus between 5.1 presentation works of students and professionals.
Here is the program selected by Bergamo Periaux for professional productions, works you can discover by 5.1 streaming, from 1 to December 31, 2010, here, and relayed by France Culture in issuing Thomas Baumgartner, Dark Passage here .
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Part 1h 03: naturalistic landscapes, scenography and documentary
Naturalist landscapes by Bernard Lagnel 3D sound, 5.1, 25 min
A series of enveloping soundscapes discover is a kind of journey that inevitably affects us because it takes us back to the reality of soundscapes, between city and countryside, as if we were there.
5.0 Recording technique:
These sound recordings were recorded in multi channel from a Zoom H4n on four channels (XY Zoom 120 ° for LR and AB 2 Schoeps bent Mk4 for Ls-Rs). The creation of the central voice was performed by summing the left and right voice vote (-6 dB) thus producing a central convergence. The succession of these 18 sound paintings was achieved without mixing.
I worked on wrapping notions (uncorrelated signals) and immersion (correlation signal) in the horizontal plane and elevation (consistency early reflections) in the vertical plane.
Entered in 1983 at Radio France as sound operator. Appointed in 1996 to engineer PTC (Production Technical Centre). Working specifically on sound fictions of France Culture and France Inter and France Musique music magazines. First recording experience in multi channel in 2002 at the 5th International Forum of multi-channel sound at Radio France
The elementals, Sacha Séméria scenography and Aurélie Sivaciyan, 12 min
Awakening of matter - Site Couriot / Mining Museum
Adaptation 5.1 multichannel sound installation made on the occasion of the International Design Biennial 2010 Saint Etienne.
The development of this project was born from a reflection on rereading Site Couriot, for sound design. It revolves around the changing industrial heritage, sitting on a symbolic territory, driven by the dynamics of the innovation capacity that builds on design.
Statement of intent :
This is a sound design that will resonate the material that makes up the site Couriot. Highlighting the occasion of the Design Biennial, the sleepy memory of nature (fossil sediment of over 5 centuries) extends the living memory of the men who made this site a Mecca of Etienne heritage. It is this challenge that will echo the collective imagination thanks to its ability to cause strong images. Called Elementals, Earth, Metal, Fire, Wood, Water, are elemental forces of nature, which will be made visible (audible) by sound. The term "elemental" or "elementals" means the spirits of nature governing elements. They are the spiritual part of the earth, stones, rivers, oceans, or the wind, and as such, they run the natural phenomena related to the element or material they govern. These elementals are represented in many ways, they do not have their own shape, except that they assume in the collective imagination. Thus identifying them as energetic phenomena that manifest and take form through our imagination. By working on psycho-acoustic effects (cultural and sound images) created the sound material will help "give life" to gigantic creatures, from the materials that make up the site.
The "Hardware recipe" as a support of the installation has strong symbolic characteristics. It is located at ground level (link with the belly of the earth) and at the base of the imposing headframe (overhead structure that reinforces the sensation of gravity). The tangle of stored materials, too imposing and seemingly abandoned, reinforces the impression of dormant entities that will come to life. The arrival in this room is by the bridge along others as imposing structures such as empty tanks (where the water is gone ...) and offers stunning views on the site and the headframe, before descending into the heart installation. Each Elemental will be a sound creation corresponding to its nature. The entities will be distributed in space and manifested regularly in turn. The architectural dimension and volume of the room (enhanced by a play of light and shadow) will be exploited and put forward to increase the impression of gigantic creatures that inhabit the site. All these elements come to serve the real fantasy sensation felt by the visitor who will stroll in this place.
Feature: a multi-channel sound system, with several speakers, subwoofers, electromechanical transducers infrasound, all powered by DVD players and amplifiers.
Installation time:11th St Etienne Design Biennale in 2010.
Born in 1972, he now lives and works in Saint-Etienne.
Sound write to the diffusion of sound, Sacha Séméria is Sound Designer, engineer, and audio consultant. He works and sculpts the sound for more than ten years at the cross road of technical and artistic and it also claims to be someone "research" of emotion that can generate through its and music.
Advertising production of the Davout studios through major projects such as the realization of Sound Design Concert Jean Michel Jarre in Egypt for the transition to the year 2000, or that of Prince and Princess animated film Michel Ocelot, he has to his credit numerous short films, sound creations of event, music and various artistic collaborations.
Enriched with all these sound experiments he always diversified its sound practices which lead him to realize his own projects today still multichannel, ranging from simple miking up mixing and diffusion. He recently made the catch of voice the animated series "Ariol" for the Folimage studio, broadcast on TF1.
Aurélie Sivaciyan: musician architect
Aurélie Sivaciyan, architect and musician, 27, uses sound as creative material and is interested in different forms it can take in space. Graduated in 2006 from the National School of Architecture of St Etienne and the National Regional Conservatory in St Etienne, it tends through these various creations, to make the readable space through sound.
His move comes at multiple scales. Author, composer, performer, it invests the space in which she uses her body and voice as a transceiver, but she is also interested in soundscape and appearance "extra-ordinary" architectures in which it operates (St Peter's Church of Firminy, Wells Couriot / mining museum ...), using sound and matter as support.
"To each his cages", realization and miking Benoît Maire, technical assistance and mixing Thierry Dilger
To each his cage is a documentary that tries to approach the great apes through two animal trainers who live with them for years. Far from the clichés fomented by our imaginations, their cages are only a mirror of our own eyes and our perceptions. Gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos they would not be a human otherness that would allow us to better define ourselves as' Man and appreciate other than like animals?
Benoît Maire is now a student at Créadoc in Angouleme. After studied ethnology at the University of Lyon 2, he moved to Ireland to study folk music and Gaelic culture. He also studied film animation and is now trying to find the votes between documentary and animation.
Thierry Dilger is a sound engineer and work closely with students in two courses in Angoulême: the Créadoc (Creative Documentary Master) and ENJMIN (National School of Video Games and Interactive Digital Media).
Second Part 53 min: electroacoustic and contemporary music
"The tectonics of clouds" jazz opera composed by Laurent Cugny, played in the Jazz Festival of Vienna, reduced 7.1 5.1 17 min
Bruno Letort producer for Radio France / YakProd, Mixing Jean Michel Cauqy and Djaisan Taouss
Musical project between jazz and the spoken voice, to spatial format 7.1, edited for pure audio blu ray. The extracts that are on offer are reduced to the 5.1 format. This music takes us directly into his world, surrounding us and immersing. A subtle and dense listening, horseback between the real and the imaginary, which can not leave us indifferent.
Middle Ages by Hervé Dejardin, electroacoustic piece 5.1, 4 min 45 s
Electroacoustic work composed in 5.1 as part of the class composition of Christine Groult at Pantin for the 2010 concert season. Through the sounds and spaces, the work situates the listener in the atmosphere of the Middle Ages.
Sound operator since 2000 on Radio France, Hervé Déjardin with the Department and Production Reporting and since its inception last year, he participated in the working group on multi-channel. Furthermore, Hervé Déjardin is also a composer of music and its creations electroaccoustique 4 years are written in multichannel.
"Reza" "Vaoaiya" musical illustration 5.1, 7 min by Periaux Bergamo / Yann Brossier edition Adonys 5.1 Production 5.1 Adonys / bmusicsurround
Bergamo Periaux and Yann Brossier collaborated on a musical illustration project in multichannel format for HD video, cinema, HDTV, radio and advertising which reads in part. Their music is a mixture of orchestral instruments, percussion, sound effects, electronic sounds, instruments and ethnic votes.
Bergamo Periaux musician-engineer, mixer and sound engineer on musical projects multichannel (HDTV, Film, DVD). He is responsible for the multichannel industry INA SUP training and, furthermore, he is a composer of music for multichannel spatial.
"Dreaming in Darkness," electroacoustic piece composed by Ake Parmerud, 11.29 min, reduced 5.0 6.0
Here is another excerpt from the production of Ake Parmerud to discover, the 2009 edition had already released one of his works, Crystal Counterpoint. This work in collaboration with Natasha Barrett is a dream of representation testing a blind person. What's going on in the dreams of a spirit whose worldviews are perceived through sound?
Ake Parmerud works for music and art through the media since late 1970. After a photographic journey, he studied music at the University and at the Music Conservatory in Gothenburg, Sweden. His works include instrumental musical compositions and electroacoustic works for multimedia and interactive art for theater, dance and film. He received first prize in the International Festival Bourges music for his piece "Proximities". Il reçoit un « grammy award » à deux occasions pour le meilleur album classique de l'année et en 1997 sa pièce « Grains of Voices » est jouée à New York pour la journée anniversaire des Nations Unies. Il est sollicité plusieurs fois par la Radio Suédoise pour le prix Italia et écrit de nombreuses pièces commandées par de nombreuses institutions au Canada, aux Pays Bas, en France, en Allemagne, en Norvège et au Danemark. De 1999 à 2006, il travaille avec l'équipe artistique danoise Boxiganga, et entre 2000 et 2002, avec le chorégraphe canadien Pierre-Paul Savoi en tant que compositeur, designer sonore.
Le Forum International du Son Multicanal (FISM), est devenu depuis sa création en 1998, la première plateforme européenne d'échanges et de démonstrations du « savoir-faire » en matière de son Multicanal.
Deux ans après le lancement officiel en France de la diffusion HDTV sur le réseau TNT, le FISM réalisera son édition 2010, les 20 et 21 octobre, dans la grande salle de projection de France Télévisions, en partenariat avec le HD FORUM et la CST.
De nombreuses démonstrations seront réalisées en image 3D. Cette année, nos invités étrangers seront Kimio Hamasaki, ingénieur de recherche à la NHK et Florian Camerer « Senior Engineer » Télévision Nationale Autrichienne, ORF.
Au programme, des interventions sur la perception naturelle 3D son et image, interaction image et son 3D, les techniques de restitution multicanal auro 3D 9.1, techniques HRTF pour la restitution multicanal au casque, la WFS, les systèmes de captation soundfield, HOA, les systèmes dpa 5100, ORTF surround, MMAD, analyse de l'image sonore multicanal à partir de critères objectifs, présentation des travaux de l'EBU sur la recommandation R128, présentation de productions.
voir ici le programme détaillé et ici le formulaire pour l'inscription au forum