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New article on Multi channel audio at the Barde

PostFri Nov 07, 2014 4:36 pm

New article explaining multi channel audio with a small tutorial making a 4 channel + subwoofer configuration

http://www.contrebombarde.com/concerthall/home/view_cat/cat/3/sort/17/order/last_modified/limit/4
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Re: New article on Multi channel audio at the Barde

PostFri Nov 07, 2014 5:49 pm

The opening sentence in this detailed article is a very truism:
Multi channel audio is consistently one of the most confusing elements to setting up a Hauptwerk instrument.

I have been struggling with this matter for two years.
THANKS very much for posting it¡
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Re: New article on Multi channel audio at the Barde

PostFri Nov 07, 2014 6:54 pm

That's a great start to multi channel! I would like to suggest though, that surround samples require additional output groups, which your article did not really cover (and might give the wrong impression since you quite strongly suggested that most people only need 1 group; I agree 100% with your reasons for that (full utilization of speakers and reducing distortion / workload of each individual speaker), but then surround sound would still require a second group of speakers behind the organist). Other than though though, it looks good.
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Re: New article on Multi channel audio at the Barde

PostMon Nov 10, 2014 9:30 am

Thanks for the feedback. I can do a supplemental on the surround sets. They're really a topic in themselves anyway.

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