Hope you are all well.
I am finding this forum to be a goldmine of examples for patching and I am learning a lot...thank you.
I am here again with another ambisonics question.
As for my previous post, I am working on an ambisonics patch to prepare a concert with a jazz band in London in September.
The patch is almost finished and is based on ICST tools (thank you very much for this!!!!) that is truly amazing!!!
Now yesterday I came out with some thoughts on the calibration of the ambisonics system just before performing live (apart from the speaker location and distance from the centre)
My ideas are:
I need to simulate different places with a B format reverb but the space I will be performing as its own acoustic behaviour and this is quite difficult to eliminate.
So I was thinking of using inverse filtering convolution by measuring the IR for each speaker of the rig and then calcuate the inverse filter and apply.
This is quite a time consuming task and I am not sure it will provide a benefit to the system...also I am worried it can disrupt the beatiful encoding the ICST tools do.
Do anyone here have any experience on this?
Any example, even just written, would be much appreciated!!
I will share all the work after I am confident it really works well!! but I will!!
Thank you very much for all the help so far.