Definition of ambisonic in English:

ambisonic

Line breaks: ambi|son¦ic
Pronunciation: /ˌambɪˈsɒnɪk
 
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adjective

  • Denoting or relating to a high-fidelity audio system that reproduces the directional and acoustic properties of recorded sound using two or more channels: an ambisonic process
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    • The microphone which we use is exactly the same one that we use to make the majority of our ambisonic recordings.
    • At the present time it is a relatively easy task to make a first order Ambisonic recording.
    • This project will involve the development of software designed to allow the dynamic placement of sounds within an ambisonic array of speakers.

noun

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  • (ambisonics) [treated as singular] Ambisonic reproduction or systems: ambisonics can be used with multi-mikes
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    • Beyond surround sound lie the developing technologies of wavefront synthesis and ambisonics, for example, which are much more capable of conveying the direction and even the size of a sound source.
    • Despite its invention nearly 20 years ago, ambisonics has remained rather obscure to this day due to the fact that decoding processors have not been readily available.

Origin

1970s: from Latin ambi- 'on both sides' + sonic.

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