OutBoard will be at Prolight + Sound next week showing the latest developments of its TiMax immersive audio and show control systems.
Demos will feature the TiMax 500S software workflows, including StageSpace for auto-calculation of adaptive localisation objects directly from a map of the venue, and TiMax HARDCore FGPA, a new DSP engine for the TiMax Soundhub platform, which adds extended delay-matrix memory and dynamic delay-morphing algorithms to create transparent real-time localisation.
On-stand demonstrations will combine all of these technologies together into spatial experiences, featuring TiMax’s panoramic Orchestral Hugeness and immersive 3D soundscapes. Alongside multitrack arrangements of Greig concertos, as well as electronic music compositions and sound effect beds, a panoramically immersive Beethoven’s 5th will accompany a specially licensed appearance of the popular internet game, Line Rider (pictured).
Dave Haydon from OutBoard will also contribute to the PL+S Immersive Technology Forum, where on Wednesday, April 3, at 1pm, he will ask the question: What’s Immersive? discussing the motives and expectations of spatial audio and show control for live performance, presentation and experiences.