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PHParker 16th December 2019 11:07 PM

Making Huge Pads in Surround with BEYOND Provenance
 
For anyone interested in the electronic music side of immersive audio, I've just put together this video showcasing how to build a huge cinematic pad in surround using a synth I've made called BEYOND Provenance.

From a technical side, BEYOND is capable of playing back 16 discrete channels with two 'oscillators' per channel. It's a really great tool for creating immersive atmospheres among other things.

The video below is in stereo, but if you'd like to hear it in surround, you can go download it from out website:
https://barcodeindustries.com/pages/...-surround-pads



Gusss 12th February 2020 10:49 AM

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Originally Posted by PHParker (Post 14388451)
For anyone interested in the electronic music side of immersive audio, I've just put together this video showcasing how to build a huge cinematic pad in surround using a synth I've made called BEYOND Provenance.

From a technical side, BEYOND is capable of playing back 16 discrete channels with two 'oscillators' per channel. It's a really great tool for creating immersive atmospheres among other things.

The video below is in stereo, but if you'd like to hear it in surround, you can go download it from out website:
https://barcodeindustries.com/pages/...-surround-pads



This looks really cool. Did you find any issues around the precedence effect ?

PHParker 14th February 2020 06:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Gusss (Post 14527866)
This looks really cool. Did you find any issues around the precedence effect ?

Thanks!!

It definitely depends on the sound your working with. A pad like the one in the video sounds great as is (in my opinion at least), but if working with a shorter sound where that may become an issue, you could allot voices 1-8 to the Left/A/Front and voices 9-16 to the Right/B/Surround. Then you could adjust the envelope of the voices in the back to have a slower attack allowing the transients stay more focused in front of the listener.

I also produced an album in 5.1 with it if you want to hear it in action. Here's a link to the download page:
https://barcodeindustries.com/item/p...nce-full-album