Trick the Ear offers spatial audio html5 player. First of all have a look at interactive live demo below.
The player is intended to be used with regular headphones. It streams your music so the listener does not have to wait for the whole song to download. Every song can have multiple audio channels and each channel is then represented in virtual space. Listener can move between audio sources by moving mouse or tilting the phone. To rearrange the audio sources you can also drag them around with your mouse.
To create the audio files for the player we recommend using our encoder for desktop. You will need separate tracks that the endoder combines into one multichannel audio file. We recommend to use 4-6 audio sources per song but we support up to 8.
- If you want to offer your listeners something new, experiment with spatial audio, provide an intearctive web experience that does not reuire to download anything and also works on mobile we are here for you. Keep in mind that the player works best when using headphones.
- Yes, just make sure each has unique id
- Use our desktop encoder app. First prepare all your audio sources as separate wav files with same length. Than drag and drop them onto the encoder and press export. Eventually see documentation to create those files manually.
- No, we only provide the player itself. However we can buy the webhosting and domain name for you, install wordpress there and setup the player. But you still need to make your own content for the website and select the style of the website and fill it with content. Don’t worry, with WordPress you can do all that from admin interface similar to Word editor so no need to program anything.
- First of all make sure that you understand the documentation. Than test the player using different computers and browsers. If all checks out please provide as many details as you can – prefarably with snapshot. Send us an email.
- No at this time. Have a look at the player on this webpage. If you feel uncertain contact us on email so we can answer your questions.
- Yes, Imagine the player as a playlist. You can have as many playlist you like and each song can be in multiple playlists. You can also have two identical players with same songs that will differ only in used colors as so on.