For the final project of Fernando Lopez-Lezcano’s class, Sound in Space, I composed Dodecahedron, an acousmatic piece in 3rd order ambisonics, performed at Stanford’s Bing Concert Hall over the CCRMA GRAIL sound system.
The musical material is mostly comprised of a sound mass, spatialized in a sphere around the listener. In that sense it continues the artistic vision of Hit’abkhut, taken further in certain aspects (especially the spatial).
A short overview of the piece and sound file for 3rd order ambisonics reproduction can be found here:
A binaural reproduction, for listening over headphones, can be heard here:
This version is limited in spatial fidelity. (Because it is a binaural render using an arbitrary HRTF, with an assumption of a static orientation of the listener’s head.)