A Simple, Powerful Solution for Installed Sound

ImmerGo-MOTU and ImmerGo-StudioLive are well suited to provide localized and also dynamically moving sounds for museums, art installations and commercial exhibits.

Multiple channels can be localized to different positions in 3D space, and can be moved, to create dynamic soundscapes. Localization control is via a graphic interface on a mobile device or desktop. Localization movements can be recorded. Multiple localizations can be scheduled.

More than one user can control a multi-channel soundscape, with each user controlling the movement of different channels.

An Example Installation with ImmerGo-StudioLive

As part of ‘Maleria Month’, and in collaboration with University of Pretoria’s Institute for Sustainable Maleria control, we set up an immersive audio installation.

A  32 track soundscape was created by the composer Miles Warrington, constructed entirely from sounds of mosquitoes. The installation comprised:

-A MacBook running ImmerGo-StudioLive

-A Presonus 32R rackmount unit

-14 Eris 4.5 speakers

-An Eris Sub8 subwoofer

A 10  minute video explains the construction of the soundscape and the spatialisation process.

Link to Anopheles video

ImmerGo-MOTU and ImmerGo-StudioLive – adding live sound capability

Presonus StudioLive and MOTU devices have a range of analogue and digital inputs. ImmerGo allows you to spatialize these inputs. 

Create backing tracks, record spatialisations for these tracks, then play your instruments and spatialize them.

Each instrumentalist can control their own spatialisation via a mobile device.