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Tuesday, October 26 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Envelopment in Immersive Productions

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Immersive offers the possibility of realistically reproducing envelopment; that is one of its most impressive properties. This gives the listener the feeling of being in the recording room. One of the key parameters in this context is fluctuation: It has a strong influence on the liveliness of the sound and the perceived size of the recording room.

Fluctuation appears most pronounced in large churches and concert halls as envelopment due to room sound at low frequencies. In popular music, however, the proportion of room sound is relatively low compared to classical music. However, we can create spatiality and thus envelopment by moving direct sound.

In his workshop, Lasse Nipkow explains how he creates fluctuation with direct sound from acoustic instruments and synthetic sounds and thus creates envelopment for Immersive. He does this on the basis of psychoacoustic phenomena and impressive sound samples.

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Lasse Nipkow

CEO, Silent Work LLC
Lasse Nipkow began his career in 1989 as an electronics technician at Studer Revox and subsequently studied electrical engineering at Technikum Winterthur. In 2003, he passed the examination to become a sound engineer with a Swiss federal diploma. From that point on, he focused on... Read More →

Tuesday October 26, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT
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