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Mosca: Audio Demo

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A binaural demonstration of the Mosca SuperCollider class using the voice of Simone Reis reciting from the drama Gota d'Água, B-format recordings of a Chinook helicopter and of Spitfires by John Leonard, B-format recordings of insects and frogs from Brasilia and Chapada dos Veadeiros, a galloping horse (spatialised mono source with Doppler effect and Chowning-style reverberation) and some Schubert (stereo). Binaural decoding performed with the CIPIC HRTF database's subject ID# 21, included in the ATK.

Please listen with headphones and ensure that they are correctly orientated

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