Tag: Ambisonics

Interview with Masato Ushijima, Recordist of Tokyo Ambisonics

October 27, 2016 by Andrew Emge in Interviews

Tokyo Ambisonics lets users control perspective of pristine urban atmospheres in real-time with “virtual mic” software. Download the free sampler to try it out! We spoke with Tokyo Ambisonics recordist, Masato Ushijima, about the recording process, his audio background, thoughts on the Ambisonics format & more. PSE: Hi Masato! Can you share a …

Tokyo Ambisonics Library: Use software to spatialize urban atmospheres

October 18, 2016 by Andrew Emge in Library Releases

Immersive recordings with “virtual mic” software enhance 3D audio workflow for sound editors. Tokyo Ambisonics – the newest library from Pro Sound Effects – is available now! Grab it at 30% off through the end of November, or download the free sampler to try it out first. Featuring 3.5+ hours (22GB) …

VR Audio Interview Featured on Designing Sound

August 9, 2016 by Andrew Emge in Interviews

Virtual reality is a new frontier for audio and sound design. The industry is buzzing with potential and new technology, though many elements have yet to be figured out. Travis Fodor is an audio engineer, editor and sound designer who has worked with a variety of VR startups and 360 …

Chicago Ambisonics Library with Virtual Mic Software Provides Endless Control

August 4, 2016 by Andrew Emge in Library Releases

Urban ambience recordings with sound effects software offer sound editors unparalleled flexibility and realism. The latest library from Pro Sound Effects – Chicago Ambisonics – is available now! Featuring over 3 hours (14GB) of immersive city ambiences in B-format, the Chicago Ambisonics library includes software allowing sound editors and mixers to point “virtual microphones” in …

Post Magazine Reviews NYC Ambisonics Sound Effects Library

May 16, 2016 by Andrew Emge in Library Reviews

Produced and recorded by Pro Sound Effects, NYC Ambisonics is a sound effects library of New York City ambiences bundled with SurroundZone2 software. The Ambisonics format allows sound editors and mixers to tweak “virtual microphones” in real time with bundled software from TSL Products. This means the recordings can be decoded to mono, stereo, 5.1, …