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Audio Engineering Society
Convention Paper

Contrasting ITU 5.1 and Panor-ambiophonic 4.1 Surround Sound Recording Using OCT and Sphere Microphones
Robert E. (Robin) Miller III ©20021

1 FilmakerStudios, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18018, USA

Presented at the 112th Convention
2002 May 10-13 Munich, Germany

This convention paper has been reproduced from the author's advance manuscript, without editing, corrections, or consideration by the Review Board. The AES takes no responsibility for the contents. Additional papers may be obtained by sending request and remittance to Audio Engineering Society, 60 East 42nd Street, New York, New York 10165-2520, USA; also see www.aes.org. All rights reserved. Reproduction of this paper, or any portion thereof, is not permitted without direct permission from the Journal of the Audio Engineering Society.  For a PDF version of this paper (0.5 MG), click here.

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REFERENCES

[1] ITU-R BS.775.1: "Multichannel Stereophonic Sound System  With and Without Accompanying Picture" (Geneva, 1992-4).

[2] T. Holman, "5.1 Up and Running," Focal Press, ISBN 0-240- 80383-3.

[3] M. Williams, "Unified Theory of Microphone Systems for Stereophonic Sound Recording," AES 82nd Convention 1987, London, preprint 2466.

[4] M. Williams, "Frequency Dependent Hybrid Microphone Arrays for Stereophonic Sound Recording," AES 92nd Convention 1992, Vienna, preprint 3252.

[5] R. Glasgal, "Ambiophonics: Achieving Physiological Realism in Music Recording and Reproduction," presented at the 111tth Convention of the Audio Engineering Society, preprint 5426.

[6] G. Theile, "Natural 5.1 Music Recording Based on Psychoacoustic Principles," Proceedings of the 19th International Conference of the Audio Engineering Society, Schloss Elmau, Germany, June, 2001, revised October, 2001.

[7] M. Williams, "Microphone Array Analysis for Multichannel Sound Recording," AES 107th Convention 1999, New York, preprint 4997.

[8] M. Williams, "Multichannel Microphone Array Design," AES 108th Convention 2000, Paris, preprint 5157.

[9] J. Wuttke, "General Considerations on Audio Multichannel Recording," Proceedings of AES 19th International Conference, Schloss Elmau, Germany, 2001.

[10] H. Wittek, O. Neumann and M. Sch”ffler, C. Millet, "Studies on Main and Room Microphone Optimization," Proceedings of AES 19th International Conference, Schloss Elmau, Germany, 2001.

[11] D. Griesinger, "The Psychoacoustics of Listening Area, Depth, and Envelopment in Surround Recordings and Their Relationship to Microphone Techniques," Proceedings of AES 19th International Conference, Schloss Elmau, Germany, 2001.

[12] A. Farina, R. Glasgal, E. Armelloni, A. Torger, "Ambiophonic Principles for the Recording and Reproduction of Surround Sound for Music," Proceedings of AES 19th International Conference, Schloss Elmau, Germany, 2001.

[13] R. Miller, "Surround Sound" pages, www.filmaker.com, evaluation DTS-CDs and streaming PC demonstration.

[14] K. Hamasaki, T. Shinmura, S. Akita, and K. Hihama (NHK), "Approach and Mixing Techniques for Natural Sound Recording of Multichannel Audio," as presented at AES 19th International Conference, 2001.

[15] G. Theile, "On the Naturalness of Two-Channel Stereo Sound." J. Audio Eng. Society, Oct. 1991.

[16] B. Blesser, "An Interdisciplinary Integration of Reverberation," AES 111th Convention 2001 as presented, paper 5468.

[17] W. Wosczczyk, G. Martin, P. Depalle, J. Corey, R. Quesnel "A Hybrid Model for Simulating Diffused First Reflections in Two- Dimensional Synthetic Acoustic Environments," Proceedings of AES 19th International Conference, Schloss Elmau, Germany, 2001.

[18] M. Gerzon, "Optimal Reproduction Matrices for Multispeaker Stereo," AES 91st Convention 1991, New York, preprint 3180.

[19] F. Rumsey, J. Berg, "Verification and correlation of attributes used for describing the spatial quality of reproduced sound," Proceedings of AES 19th International Conference, Schloss Elmau, Germany, 2001.

[20] "Multichannel surround sound systems and operations" - AES Technical Document ESTD1001.0.01-05

The Author

Robin Miller is a member of AES and SMPTE, BSEE (Lehigh University), musician, consultant, and 53 award-winning producer and studio owner with more than 40 years experience in film, television, and music sound recording and mixing.

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