Thomas Koch designs the audio processing- and reproduction system for the sound installation of transient senses.

Thomas Koch has worked intensively on both the technical and artistic sides of sonic media  and is dedicated to building communication and cooperation between these discourses. With a background in sound engineering as well as a Masters in Sound Studies, he has been working at Frauhnhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute since 2009 involved in research on new uses of 3D-Audio technologies. He is responsible for the audio of HHI’s TiME Lab (Tommorow’s immersive Media Experience Laboratory): 180° 3D HD projection system with an immersive sound system of 140 speakers. His focus lies in the application of spatial audio reproduction systems like Wave Field Synthesis to create artistic and true-to-life audio environments. Since 2013 he has been teaching on spatial audio at the University of the Arts Berlin, with an emphasis on balancing the use of innovative technology with integrity of artistic concept.

see his webpage at Sound Studies