E-mail address & website
For my e-mail address, please see my website.
I have joined this Wiki because it looks like you guys have an interest in Ambisonics. I can help with this. I have been following Ambisonics since 1977, and have owned an Ambisonic decoder (a Minim AD-7) since 1994. I also created and maintain the Ambisonic Surround Sound FAQ, and was involved in defining the ".amb" and ".uhj" specifications for dowloadable B-Format and two-channel UHJ files. Finally, I have proposed the ".amg" file format for downloadable G-Format files. However, I do not work in pro-audio; I am just a domestic listener.
Ambisonics on Xiph Wiki
In January 2007, I found the Ambisonics page on this Wiki marked for deletion. I removed this, and created a page discussing some of the problems of handling Ambisonic B-Format, UHJ format, and G-Format.
External resources on Ambisonics
- There is now a set of Wikipedia articles on Ambisonics.
- Of particular relevance is the ".amb" specification for downloadable B-Format files. There are currently over 200 pieces available in this format for free download. Most of these are first-order full-sphere soundfields. The ".amb" spec has some limitations which it would be useful to overcome.
- There is also the ".uhj" specification for downloadable two-channel UHJ files, although it is not currently in use. The ".uhj" spec also has some limitations which it would be useful to overcome.
- I have proposed a ".amg" specification for downloadable G-Format files.
- My website has many pages on Ambisonics (including at the bottom links to other Ambisonic websites).