Spatial Audio Workshop with Envelop For Live
900 Marin St
San Francisco, CA, 94124
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 7:30 PM (event ends at 9:30 PM)
Envelop is a non-profit that amplifies the power of music through immersive audio venues and open source spatial audio software.
We believe that immersive experiences of sound and music connect and inspire people on a deeper level, creating shared moments of fully-activated intentional listening. Through Envelop venues, powered by our software Envelop for Live, we host a diversity of events ranging from spatial music performances and listening events, to wellness and 3D audio education. With 32 or more speakers surrounding the audience, Envelop venues allow us to be within the music.
Envelop is directed by artist/musician Christopher Willits, with board members Roddy Lindsay, artist/DJ Mark Slee, fabricator Greg Wood, and creative director Alingo Loh.
Envelop's open-source software Envelop for Live (E4L) allows artists to bring their music into three dimensional space. This workshop shows you how to use E4L to create spatial / 3D music. You will learn on one of the best spatial audio systems in the world, with 32 surrounding speakers. This workshop is taught by Christopher Willits, a pioneering musician, artist, educator with over 17 years of experience teaching complex creative topics.
Intro to spatial audio / E4L setup / Use E4L to pan sounds in Envelop / DIY spatial audio solutions
7:00 PM Doors | 7:30 PM Begins
Envelop SF is within The Midway at 900 Marin St, SF CA.
Enter from the Michigan St side of the building, through the patio. Doors close 15 minutes after start time.
Envelop is a non-profit organization that amplifies the powerful social and emotional benefits of music through spatial audio technology and shared public listening.