[Bf-committers] Questions about 3D Sound in Blender

Joshua Leung aligorith at gmail.com
Thu Oct 20 09:38:20 CEST 2016

Hi Matt,

The sound library used in Blender (audaspace) was written by Jörg Müller
(nexyon). So, he'd probably th emost qualified person to comment on this :)

Speaking of sound and papers, there was a paper at Siggraph Asia last year
where they used Blender (IIRC, it might've been via the Game Engine, but
I'd have to check my notes). They built a system that generated sound
effects based on the materials of the objects that were colliding/rubbing
against each other:

Hope that helps,

On Wed, Oct 19, 2016 at 11:39 PM, Matt Traynar <matt.traynar at gmail.com>

> Hi all,
> I'm a 3rd year student at Bournemouth University studying Computer
> Visualisation and Animation. One of the projects in my final year is an
> 'innovations' project where we are encouraged to push the boundaries
> of VFX and animation and try to be a little innovative. My personal goal is
> to create a way of doing 3D audio in Maya.
> Whilst doing my research I remembered that Blender has a 3D sound option to
> it and so I thought I'd see what I could do with it. It does pretty much
> exactly what I am aiming to achieve in my project and whilst obviously it
> wouldn't be professional to ask precisely how it was done I thought I
> would, instead, ask if any of you have any helpful articles, information or
> general advice which was used when this was implemented. Of course I will
> be happy to credit anybody who can help!!
> Finally well done on 2.78, the spherical video renderer is awesome!
> Kind regards,
> Matt Traynar
> BA - Computer Visualisation & Animation (Undergrad)
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