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Software tools for object-based audio production using the Audio Definition Model

Geier Matthias 1 Thibaut Carpentier 1 Markus Noisternig 1 Olivier Warusfel 1
1 Equipe Espaces acoustiques et cognitifs
STMS - Sciences et Technologies de la Musique et du Son
Abstract : We present a publicly available set of tools for the integration of the Audio Definition Model (ADM) in production workflows. ADM is an open metadata model for the description of channel-, scene-, and object-based media within a Broadcast Wave Format (BWF) container. The software tools were developed within the European research project ORPHEUS (https://orpheus-audio.eu/) that aims at developing new end-to-end object-based media chains for broadcast. These tools allow for recording uncompressed multichannel audio files with embedded XML metadata according to the ADM specifications, and monitoring and rendering existing BWF-ADM files over headphones or arbitrary loudspeaker setups. The bundle also includes a plugin (available in all major plugin formats) for interoperability with digital audio workstations, which provides support for time-varying metadata via automation tracks.
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Geier Matthias, Thibaut Carpentier, Markus Noisternig, Olivier Warusfel. Software tools for object-based audio production using the Audio Definition Model. International Congress on Spatial Audio, Sep 2017, Graz, Austria. ⟨hal-01574183⟩

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