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Enhancing Immersive Art Through Auditory Perception: a workshop with Austin Tecks-Bleuer

March 7 @ 13:00 - 14:00

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Come join Immersive Storytelling Studio member Austin Tecks-Bleuer for an introductory workshop on immersive audio on March 7th from 1-2pm in EV 10.705!

This workshop sets out to demystify the science behind auditory perception to create more captivating immersive experiences. Open to all experience levels, Austin will cover basic concepts primarily relating to spatialization. Learn how physiological and perceptual mechanisms shape our response to sound, and gain practical techniques for leveraging auditory stimuli to elevate your artistic creations.

Part 1: A light overview of the different mechanisms that allow humans to localize a sound (primarily head related transfer function and inter-aural time difference).

Part 2: How reverb and high frequency attenuation determine our perception of a physical space.

Part 3: Some practical examples in a game engine.

Austin Tecks-Bleuer is a composer, pop music producer/songwriter, and immersive installation artist currently pursuing Electroacoustic Studies at Concordia University. Transitioning from a background in music production, Austin’s focus has shifted to creating immersive installations using tools like the Unreal Engine and TouchDesigner. His work blurs the line between physical and digital spaces, inviting viewers into captivating experiences that merge art and technology.

When? March 7th, from 1-2pm

Where? EV 10.705

No previous knowledge or registration is required to participate in this event!



March 7
13:00 - 14:00
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EV 10.705