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Bringing back the crowds

Bringing back the crowds

Bringing back the crowds

Crowdscape uses a multichannel “bowl” sound system mounted in the seating bleachers and pointing in towards the playing area

As global professional sports teams resume matches in a Covid-restricted world, Out Board has created TiMax Crowdscape to restore one element that helps drive the players: the crowd. TiMax Crowdscape provides a live and interactive sonic cocoon of sound that immerses the players in realistic and responsive spectator reactions to the game.

Studies have shown that player engagement, motivation and performance are hugely influenced by the crowd. Crowdscape uses a multichannel “bowl” sound system mounted in the seating bleachers and pointing in towards the playing area. One or more operators use iPads to trigger and variably spatialise selected crowd atmosphere loops as well as cheering, applause and booing spot effects, plus whatever other tailored content is relevant to the game and teams. Samples are spatially mixed to anywhere in the arena or stadium using individual iPad 3D panners, faders and triggers, and can be merged selectively into the existing house system for added energy and immersion. Crowdscape comes as a portable game-in-a-box package which includes on-board playback, spatialisation, mixing and system zone management.

As well as locally triggered and mixed immersive crowd content, Crowdscape operators can spatially mix external crowd fx stems from broadcasters or Viewer Response systems and place them in the appropriate segments of the arena or stadium. Downmixed stereo, 5.1 and mono crowd content feeds can also be simultaneously generated live in Crowdscape and returned to the truck for broadcast or streaming.

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