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Smithsonian talks about Stanford's recreation of Hagia Sophia’s acoustics

December 27, 2016

Writer Kat Eschner discusses a project that brought Stanford's CCRMA and the early music choral group Cappella Romana together in Bing Concert Hall to work in a virtual acoustic space based on the characteristics of Istanbul's former church and mosque, Hagia Sophia. Stanford Live has twice presented Cappella Romana in Bing using CCRMA's technologies to move listeners' ears into an acoustical imprint of Hagia Sophia itself. | Read the full article at Smithsonian.com.