Over the course of the past semester, I’ve been working with a team from Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) on a tool for applying spatially positioned audio effects to first order ambisonic sound files. Our project, foafx, is the result of months of creative exploration and prototyping that proved to be a wonderful opportunity to leverage Elementary’s strengths.
Our work is available on GitHub at https://github.com/risdsound/foafx, and offers an exciting example of working with multi-channel audio in Elementary as well as ambisonic encoding and decoding. The tool itself is available on the command line from npm, and is documented thoroughly on our GitHub Readme:
npm install -g foafx foafx --help
Feel free to open an issue on the repository to let us know what you think or to share a cool example, and as always you can catch me in Discord (@Nick) if you have any questions.
Lastly, I want to send a huge thanks out to the team for their work on this project:
Have a great weekend,