Monday, May 22, 11:00 — 12:00
Gregor Zielinsky (Chair), Malgorzata Albinska-Frank (Panelist), Stephan Thyssen (Panelist)
This workshop will have two parts: musical aspects of 3D recording and 3D recording techniques in different situations.
The history of recording has produced great results—no matter at which time of history recordings had been done. Even some old Caruso recordings, played through original Grammophones produce great musical results. However, two dimensional recordings have big problems in transmitting all the magic, detail, and music impact of the music itself. The presentation will show several examples and comparisons between 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional recordings. Beethoven, Mahler, as well as Holst examples will be played and discussed. Also, aspects of upmixing from Stereo to 3D will be discussed and presented by audio examples.
Different situations need different answers. The presentation takes you through different places and different music or sport situations. 3D setups for large orchestra including digital mics are shown. Also, some jazz recordings, chamber music, and even Premier league recordings will be played and explained. Finally a live recording with stars like Joe Walsh, Alice Cooper, and Abe Laboriel will be played and explained.