Looks very nice.
I have looked through the video
Seems like I have to start learning SuperCollider :-)
quaternions over BLE presenting the result in a websocket. The design will
released in the near future.
As I understand it there is no support for individul SOFA files in ATK ?
Could "someone" take on the effort to do this?
As I am not a programmer on the level to do something like this, but I
https://www.npmjs.com/package/ambisonics#sofa might not be of great help
in that effort?
Or is there a simple way to send a output stream of bformat sound from
SuperCollider to an external instance of the SOFA capable decoder written
I currently have a personal SOFA file created for me by Antti Pulkki's
2018-02-12 13:39 GMT+01:00 Iain Mott <m...@escuta.org>:
> Hello list,
> For users of SuperCollider:
> A new and much improved "Mosca" quark for GUI assisted ambisonics is
> available in the quark repository. It has been tested with the ATK 4.0.1
> and SC 3.9.0.
> Version 0.2 includes optional head-tracking, streaming from disk, non-GUI
> operation, a code interface and many other changes and bug fixes.
> The home page for the project is here: http://escuta.org/mosca
> A video tutorial is available here: http://escuta.org/moscavideo
> The git source is here: https://github.com/escuta/mosca
> All the best!
> Iain Mott
> Iain Mott
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