Everyday is spatial 2024

Thursday 11 July, 2.30pm | Park campus, Cheltenham

Join us on Thursday 11 July at 2.30pm, Park Campus for this year’s spatial audio concert.

Attendees sat in spatial audio performance

Spatial audio is an immersive, three-dimensional sound experience, that creates the perception of height, depth, and distance.

At University of Gloucestershire, we’ve developed 3 immersive audio labs that enable our researchers and students to experiment using the latest spatial technology to produce a wide range of music and sound experiences – from our 22.2 spatial array, to our Dolby Atmos theatre and our immersive audiovisual rig.


Now in its third year, our Everyday Is Spatial conference has commissioned new soundworks from international artists, including contemporary classical, hypnotic electronica and ecological field recordings.

Along the way, we have worked with composers, performers, music technologists, sound researchers and even architects to explore the possibilities of this developing audio medium.

This year the concert has aligned with Cheltenham Music Festival to offer the opportunity for audiences to experience spatial audio at the University of Gloucestershire, Park Campus.


LOSS GAIN present in 360 audio

Public Service Broadcasting ‘This New Noise’

Also: Live spatialised performances from

Ben Hamid & Jon Gordon, Tim Johnston ft. Miranda Rutter & Rob Harbron, Dan Stern.

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Past conferences

We’ve held spatial audio conferences since 2022 at the University. Find out more about our past conferences now.