'Looking at something like Envelop’s new tools for Ableton Live 10 [Envelop for Live], you see something like the equivalent of those first pan pots. Add some free devices to Live, and you can improvise with space, hear the results through headphones, and scale up to as many speakers as you want, or deliver to a growing, standardized set of virtual reality / 3D / game / immersive environments.
And that could open the floodgates for 3D mixing music. (Maybe even it could open your own floodgates there.)'
Full article (Apr, 2018) - cdm.link/2018/04/meet-the-free-tools-for-live-10-that-unlock-spatial-audio-vr-sound/
"Being in the audience for a spatial audio performance is really wild. Envelop at the Midway has 32 speakers around the room, and when you stand in the middle—or anywhere, really—you can feel sound filling the whole space... Walking around the room while the songs were playing, it didn’t really sound like music was coming from the speakers around me. The music was just... part of the room."
Full article (Oct, 2017) - www.wired.com/story/envelop-spatial-audio/
"ENVELOP has already built the audio hardware and software for what may become the most high-fidelity public listening space in world."
Full article (Apr, 2015) - techcrunch.com/2015/04/09/envelop/
"ENVELOP is a collective of passionate musicians, DJs, software engineers, entrepreneurs, and audio enthusiasts seeking to change the way we experience live sound."
Full article (Sep, 2015) - flypaper.soundfly.com/hustle/entrepreneurship-in-music-envelop/
"The concept leaps far beyond multi-channel, into a future-forward, fully immersive audiovisual system that is one-of-a-kind. Soon producers will be able to write and perform spherical sound, using open source ambisonics software that will revolutionize electronic music as we know it."
Full article (Jun, 2015) - www.musicis4lovers.com/envelop-the-last-days-of-stereo/