Subject: Re: Sharawadji Effect
From: Philippe-Aubert Gauthier (Philippe-Aubert.Gauthier@USherbrooke.ca)
Date: Wed Apr 27 2005 - 14:09:59 EDT
For those of you how might me interested in new extreme sound field recording,
take a look at works and papers of Hulsebos which use something like more that
100 small electret capsules for sound field capture. ...
Selon Henry Rodrick <email@example.com>:
> The term Sharawadji is very new to me, but I like the feeling of
> getting a sonic overload by listening to the extremely complex sound of
> the nature or the city environment. I guess that's the Sharawadji
> effect for me.
> Putting one object in audible focus, gives the listening experience
> even more depth too. I guess this must be the most interesting part
> when recording field sound too.
> The harbour area in my home town is one of my favorites soundscapes.
> It's extremely detailed with the boat drones, chatting people, water
> sounds and very diffused steel factory noises.
> One thing that would be cool, would be to record soundscapes in multi
> channel. Has anyone here experimented with that?
> A "cross" of 4 X/Y mics would maybe result in a true 8 channel
> Sharawadji experience :)
> //henry rodrick
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