Experience the ARCADE 3D audio codec on your computer! We are very pleased to announce the update of Tech Preview DAW plugins to version 2.0.0, with improved encoding and binaural rendering quality. Consisting of three VST/AAX plugins for macOS, the ARCADE Tech Preview suite is still available for free! What’s new in 2.0.0? Previously missingRead more about ARCADE Tech Preview AAX and VST plugins for macOS updated to version 2.0.0[…]
Coronal Audio is at the International Conference on Spatial Audio (ICSA), Graz, Austria, and presents a paper entitled “Three-part soundfield decomposition for stereo encoding”, describing the techniques that are used in the ARCADE codec for analyzing a scene-based 3D audio content.
Coronal presented a pure web 3D audio player integrating the ARCADE decoder technology during the Web Audio Conference 2017, at the Queen Mary University, London. The ARCADE web player runs on the Web Audio API using ASM.js or WebAssembly (wasm). It can decode an ARCADE-encoded stereo stream to various 2D and 3D audio formats, includingRead more about 3D audio web player “ARCADE” at the WAC2017[…]
Experience the ARCADE 3D audio codec on your computer! We are very excited to announce the release of Tech Preview DAW plugins for our ARCADE audio codec. Consisting of three VST/AAX plugins for macOS, the ARCADE Tech Preview suite is now available for free! Key ARCADE features: Transmits full 3D audio scenes over stereo channels SupportsRead more about Introducing ARCADE Tech Preview AAX and VST plugins for macOS[…]
ARCADE is a patented spatial audio codec that allows encoding scene-based 3D audio over stereo with no additional metadata required. It allows encoding sources with height in a fully spherical manner. Its decoder is virtually able to decode to any 3D or 2D audio format, e.g. first-order or higher-order spherical harmonics ( FOA, HOA), VBAP, Surround-matrixed,Read more about ARCADE: 3D audio codec over stereo[…]
Coronal Audio announces DuoMic: three new mic-ing techniques for recording surround or hemispherical 3D sound with only two microphone capsules. These new mic-ing techniques differ from current 2D or 3D recording techniques, by: the number of involved microphones, e.g. compared with an A-Format Spherical Harmonics device, the versatility of the recorded signal, which allows transcodingRead more about DuoMic : 3D audio recording with only 2 microphone capsules[…]