DXARTS hosts three advanced sound lab facilities, each serving unique needs for soundfield reconstruction in research, production, performance and educational contexts. The labs have been designed and constructed for optimal reproduction of 3D audio while maintaining flexibility to host numerous playback scenarious as required by the each new project. Research is ongoing in acoustic and digital room correction solutions as well as developing and optimizing soundfield decoding and processing techniques, giving artists access to advanced tools for composition and spatial transformation. Each speaker array can be configured through custom software that allows the user to flexibly audition various soundfield decoders and routing configurations.
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Starting Monday, March 9, classes will no longer be meeting in person. Instructors will contact students with details regarding remote lectures, grading, and final projects.The DXARTS main office will move online until March 30. Remote advising appointments can be made by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm.