Subject: Re: more sound tech
From: Rick (email@example.com)
Date: Sun May 01 2005 - 17:13:47 EDT
couldn't tell you. But just (now) reading through it, I didn't
actually see any descriptions of Roland's technique, just that they
had a processor that did it. (as opposed to mice with abacuses
Any idea what they're doing? Show's how much I've been paying
attention though. I haven't heard anything about Roland in years.
On 5/1/05, Roald Baudoux <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> What is the difference with the technology used by Roland in its Roland
> Sound Space system?
> Roald Baudoux
> Le 30-avr.-05, à 11:00, Rick a écrit :
> > From the company that does the Long Range Acoustic Device for the
> > military and the hypersonic sound (heterodyning pinpoint sound sound
> > projection stuff; very cool)
> > now brings you....
> > SoundVector™, a patent-pending technique by which sound pressure waves
> > from a single conventional loudspeaker system are redirected to
> > create, 1) canceling waves, and 2) reinforcing waves. SoundVector
> > eliminates sound waves in the rearward direction and nearly doubles
> > the sound volume in the forward direction.
> > I want one,
> > r
> Roald Baudoux
> Composer of electroacoustic art (acousmatic music, sound installations,
> live electronics).
> Junior Lecturer for the Royal Conservatory of Music (Mons, Belgium).
> Journalist for "Les Cahiers de l'ACME-Audio Pro", Brussels.
> Tel/fax: +32.(0)2.503.23.46
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-- Rick Nance De Montfort University Leicester, UK RickNance.org
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