Ambisonics is a multichannel audio technology, allowing for encoding, recording and reproduction of audio signals containing complete spatial information
The following web pages are hosted on pcfarina.eng.unipr.it, dealing with various aspects of Ambisonics technology:
Several Ambisoncs-related resources are available on this web site:
Software for B-format processing
B-format recordings (also binaural, for comparison)
Patent and paper by Michael Gerzon describing the functionality of the Soundfield (TM) microphone
Patent and paper by Michael Gerzon and Geoff Barton describing advanced decoders for irregular 5.0 layouts.
Reports about tests on Soundfield microphones and B&K probes
Firmware for transforming a BSS Soundweb DSP unit in an 8-channels Ambisonics decoder.
Ambisonic Bootlegs - huge collection of B-format recordings and Ambisonics-related articles
www.ambisonic.net - the historical repository of Ambisonics
www.acoustics.net - the Waves project about collecting B-format impulse responses of all the theatres of the world
York's University Ambisonics web site - free VST plugins and a lot of infos on Ambisonics
Aristotel Digenis web site - free 3rd-order Ambisonics decoder, & more!
Bruce Wiggins' web site at the University of Derby - free VST and Direct-X Ambisonics decoder
Jerome Daniel web site at France Telecom - high-order Ambisonics plugins and microphone arrays
www.gerzonic.net - professional VST plugins for Ambisonics processing (freeware and commercial)
Robert Green's REGONAUDIO web site - a lot of articles about various audio technologies, including surround
Visual Virtual Microphone by David McGriffy - powerful software (standalone and VST) for processing 1st-order B.format files
Ambisonics page on wikipedia
All the contents are Copyright by Angelo Farina, 2006