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Re: emmersive sound

you might look into tunings loosely based on the automatic cycles of the 
body, brainwave
synchronization tones, etc. just off the top of my head. let us know how 
it goes!

----- Original Message -----
From: Qua and Vishara Veda <exalted@easystreet.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Saturday, April 20, 2002 11:17 PM
Subject: emmersive sound

> I have a project in mind that calls for  to creating a sound experience 
> listeners that feels full-bodied and emmersive, even at low listening 
> in a small venue.  The source material could include a live 
>instrument(s)  ,
> possibly Stick, bass, synth, some with stereo effects,  as well as some
> recorded music.
> At first I thought I might need a pair of good sized cabinets, feeling 
> I'd need a good amount of low-end to support the 'emmersion'.  But I'm
> considering 2-4 dispersed, relatively smaller cabinets as an alternative.
> Quite a few pro/cons for each, I'm sure.
> What would be some of the most important elements to achieve this effect?
> Reverb/delay?  low-freq.?  (quasi)multichannel?  other?
> thanks,
> -Qua