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Links for Workshop Participants

Below are some additional immersive video and audio demos for the Adfest VR and Ambisonics workshop. Thank you for coming!

 
 
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YouTube VR

The official YouTube VR channel.

 
 

Tuloy Pa Rin 360

A 360 degree jam session to test out the Zoom H3-VR microphone. Vocals by Hit audio engineer Daryl Reyes, acoustic guitar by Hit music dept head Mike Villegas, bass by Hit composer Angelo Villegas, and percussion by Hit audio engineer Whannie Dellosa.

Ambisonic audio recorded live to SD card in one take (okay, two takes) at Hit Productions Studio H.

 

From Manila to Cannes: A special adobo magazine 360 VR coverage of the Cannes Lions Festival

In 2016, adobo magazine flew deputy multimedia editor, Marj Casal and multimedia artist, Ian Handog to France along with president and editor-in-chief, Angel Guerrero, to cover the prestigious Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. Using a Ricoh Theta 360 camera hurriedly purchased only a day before the flight, adobo takes you to the sunny town of Cannes and to the biggest gathering of creativity through the eyes of two humbled journalists seeing the beach, the red carpet, Anderson Cooper, Anthony Bourdain and David Droga for the first time.

Ambisonic audio edited and mixed by Regie Ambas of Hit Productions.

 
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Movie Trailers for Spotify (3D Audio Mixes)

Working off the insight that most of their users listen on mobile devices with earphones, Spotify hosts frequent workshops at the Hit Productions studios to demonstrate the power of immersive audio to clients and brands. Here are some 3D audio trailers we’ve helped create for them. Headphones recommended!

 
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iProtect “NIGHT STALKER”

From 2009, a binaural radio ad for pepper spray that Hit Productions worked on for Y&R with Leigh Reyes, who is now currently president of MullenLowe Philippines.

 

Qsound “VIRTUAL HAIRCUT”

With over 30 million views on YouTube, this audio clip created in 1996 by Qsound Labs is still one of the most convincing demonstrations of the power of binaural audio.