Acoustic holophony and holography

Franz Zotter: Lecture about Ambisonics including listening experiment results of the recent time, models of direction and width of auditory events, creating and discretizing optinal amplitude panning functions for loudspeaker-based playback, panning invariance, encoding and decoding, re-mapping of directions and amplitudes, All-Round Ambisonics Decoding, theory of surrounding and compact spherical loudspeaker and microphone arrays, 5D room impulse responses, general acoustic holography theory for arbitrary boundaries, near field holography. (lecture notes available when logged in)
Ambisonics (acoustic holophony and holography)

Franz Zotter: ongoing newly authored lecture notes with enlarged portion about listening experiment results and evidence to motivate general ideas, and strongly reinforced background about the question "Why use Ambisonics?".