(Last updated 07/02/2019)
July 2, 2019: We've updated our OctoMic User
February 8, 2019: Want to hear what recordings
made with OctoMic sound like?
We've updated the OctoMic recording
download page. For each recording, it now includes B-format
(second-order), binaural and stereo versions.
January 24, 2019:
We've been posting OctoMic recordings
that you can download here
. A wonderful new one was added today.
July 29, 2018:
Great news for OctoMic users who
work in Linux environments!
Fons Adriaensen has released the source code for Octofile version 0.3.0.
Octofile is an A- to B-format encoder for Octomic.
June 11, 2018:
Phillip Westbrook has been
recording a choir with an OctoMic. Here's a link to a 2nd-order B-format
file of the choir, accompanied by an orchestra, singing "America The
Beautiful" in a mid-sized church.
We think that it's a wonderful recording!
June 10, 2018:
Here's a link to an OctoMic
recording of a relaxed women's chorus rehearsal, recorded
in-the-round. OctoMic was positioned near the center of a circle of 14
The file is 2nd-order B-format.
to download it.
March 19, 2018:
Core Sound is pleased to
release OctoMic for sale. OctoMic is the world's first 2nd-order
ambisonic microphone. It far surpasses any 1st-order microphone in
preserving location cues. Compared to 1st-order microphones, its
listening "sweet spot" is huge!