3D Audio for 360 camera

All you need to know about 3D Audio for 360 Video Creators

Very interesting podcast created by a group of 3D audio professionals. People on the live stream talk all about 3D immersive audio, binaural recordings, software and techniques to record sound for VR use. If you are shooting 360 video this is definitely worth the watch. Enjoy!

Who is presenting?
Hosted by Sarah Hill, Chief Storyteller, StoryUP
Varun Nair VP Products, Two Big Ears
Dillion Cower, Software Engineer, Google Jump
Nicholas Whitaker, Media Outreach Manager
Dr. Eric Fassbender, Atmosphaeres Virtual

2 thoughts on “All you need to know about 3D Audio for 360 Video Creators”

  1. Hi, My name is Bo Sundberg!
    I really liked the Podcast about 3D Audio, lots of good info from you and the guys

    I have myself been recording audio most of my life in the music scene, and 7 years ago I started sound mixing in the Movie/TV/New Media Scene and have built a sound production company with my wife.
    I’m about to do a 360 shoot with 11 actors in one big office just like the oval one in DC
    I think the room is about 30 by 30 feet give or take.
    My plan is to put wireless on all actors and hide 4x 416 shotgun mics in the room. I know that I can’t put them on the Camera rig, so I was thinking of hiding them by the 4 walls, center, back, left, and right.
    It’s sounds backwards to me, like the actor in the back will sound stronger than the person closer to camera and so on, but I don’t know what els to do. We have in the past taped 4x wireless transmitter to the camera pole under the cameras and used lavaliere mics taped between the cameras.
    I was also thinking of using Impulse Response Utility with one speaker and one mic to get the reverberation of the room.

    I could use some advice on this one.

    Best regards,
    Bo

  2. Hi, My name is Bo Sundberg!
    I really liked the Podcast about 3D Audio, lots of good info from you and the guys

    I have myself been recording audio most of my life in the music scene, and 7 years ago I started sound mixing in the Movie/TV/New Media Scene and have built a sound production company with my wife.
    I’m about to do a 360 shoot with 11 actors in one big office just like the oval one in DC. on Sep-06
    I think the room is about 30 by 30 feet give or take.
    My plan is to put wireless on all actors and hide 4x 416 shotgun mics in the room. I know that I can’t put them on the Camera rig, so I was thinking of hiding them by the 4 walls, center, back, left, and right.
    It’s sounds backwards to me, like the actor in the back will sound stronger than the person closer to camera and so on, but I don’t know what els to do. We have in the past taped 4x wireless transmitter to the camera pole under the cameras and used lavaliere mics taped between the cameras.
    I was also thinking of using Impulse Response Utility with one speaker and one mic to get the reverberation of the room.

    I could use some advice on this one.

    Best regards,
    Bo

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