Spatial Audio Finder

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Someone just posted this on r/spatialaudio, seems pretty handy to me!

edit; forgot the link like a dork. Here it is:Spatial Audio Finder by Ben Dodson

edit edit: except I tested it with Pink Floyd and Japanese Breakfast and it found nothing despite the former being in Dolby Audio and the latter in Atmos…

I got results with JB (but not PF)--maybe because you just emailed him? Hopefully he'll find ways to perfect the tool further as he revises it, but even its current state it's really useful. Do you follow his Twitter feed?
 
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I got results with JB (but not PF)--maybe because you just emailed him? Hopefully he'll find ways to perfect the tool further as he revises it, but even its current state it's really useful. Do you follow his Twitter feed?
I didn’t reach out but it must be getting a few people reaching out. I don’t follow the Twitter but will.
 

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Someone just posted this on r/spatialaudio, seems pretty handy to me!

edit; forgot the link like a dork. Here it is:Spatial Audio Finder by Ben Dodson

edit edit: except I tested it with Pink Floyd and Japanese Breakfast and it found nothing despite the former being in Dolby Audio and the latter in Atmos…
I tried Pink Floyd, Tori Amos, Lindsey Buckingham, Porcupine Tree, Steven Wilson. They only one that didn’t come up blank was Porcupine Tree.
 
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So it looks like that tool I posted yesterday gets its results from using it. So when I searched Japanese Breakfast yesterday it put Japanese Breakfast into a search queue and once it found the tracks, then it added it to the data base. If you do a search and then check the Twitter account after, you’ll see the Twitter account tweet out results. Pretty neat.
 

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Earlier today I had a great e-mail exchange with the developer of the Spatial Audio Finder tool. One highlight is that I had requested support for Dolby Audio tracks and he indicated that this is something already being planned and is likely to be available in a few weeks. He's also planning some improvements to the search function.
 
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