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I Hear NY3D: An Ambisonic Installation Reproducing NYC Soundscapes
This paper describes the development of a reproduction installation for the "I Hear NY3D" project. This project’s aim is the capture and reproduction of immersive soundfields around Manhattan. A means of creating an engaging reproduction of these soundfields through the medium of an installation will also be discussed. The goal for this installation is an engaging, immersive experience that allows participants to create connections to the soundscapes and observe relationships between the soundscapes. This required the consideration of how to best capture and reproduce these recordings, the presentation of simultaneous multiple soundscapes, and a means of interaction with the material.
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