[music-dsp] sounds under water...
nicolasfournel at yahoo.com
Sat Jan 10 22:28:01 EST 2004
Re 3 : You might want to check the work of Michel Redolfi who was working at the CIRM in Nice (France) in the 80s / 90s and has done several underwater concerts. I think he has done that in California too, and that they were quite advanced (including multi speaker system, underwater instrumentists etc...).
Smartelectronix - Bram de Jong <bram at smartelectronix.com> wrote: hey guys,
I've long had this idea of working together with the city I live in to make
an under-water audio installation in one of the few pools we have here...
I was thinking a multi-speaker, multi-channel emersive (pun intended) audio
Now the questions are simple :
1. what apparatus can be used? I know there exist under water speakers, but
they would probably cost a lot! Could ABOVE-water transducers be used, when
coupled to an object that goes sub-water-level? (think metal/plastic/...
sheets that "hang" into the pool)
2. what difference does water make on the acoustics? Would low-frequencies
work? would you be able to get nice stereo sounds with speakers around the
3. has anyone got experience with this sort of stuff? any other pointers?
4. have I gone completely start raving mad? ;-)
Combined with propper lighting and opening the pool at night, it would be
quite fun to have people diving upder the water to hear what's going on...
MSN/ICQ : ask me
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