Octophony

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Octophony is a term used by some to designate an eight-channel spatialisation of sound. It generally implies a preconceived plan of spatial relationships which are fixed on a recording medium and played back in performance over a system in which the eight channels are routed to eight loudspeakers on a fixed one-to-one basis.

 

See also:

Ambisonic, Diffusion, Quadraphonic, Sound Projection, Spatialisation

 

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