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DramaTech Theatre at Georgia Tech performed Sarah Ruhl's Eurydice during the summer of 2011. Most of the sound effects and music were composed and recorded in-house and released to the public under a Creative Commons License.


All files in this collection are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License (Legalcode) and are copyright 2011 Sam Whited unless otherwise marked or stated (see below). A copy of the CC by-nc-sa license can be found in the LICENSE file.

Special Thanks and Attribution

Special thanks to Jack Crawford and his band for allowing us to use their song "The Wreckoning" and to Astat for their song, "Dia Del Amor" which is licensed under a Creative Commons by-nc-nd license. Also, thank you to the G-Town Church Sampling Project and Tobias Marberger for releasing their excellent sample library under a Creative Commons Sampling+ license.

These special thanks were also reprinted in the show program and the accompanying insert.

Channel Mapping

The speaker configuration for the show was a custom 7.1 channel surround sound setup similar to standard 7.1 Surround, but with a few modifications which made it incompatible with standard 5.1 and 7.1 audio. It comprised of 2 front speakers facing House Center at ~22 degrees from the center line, 2 rear speakers spaced about 10 feet further apart than their front counterparts (also facing House Center), a center channel which was placed between the two rear speakers, two environmental speakers (one for the overworld and one for the underworld) which were placed in the set (one stage right facing directly stage left but inside of a specially curtained entrance that reflected the sound towards the audience, and one stage right concealed inside of a large wooden box). There was also a 2100-watt subwoofer placed beneath the audience.

The channel mapping for the effects is as follows:
Channel 1 -- Le (Left environmental)
Channel 2 -- Re (Right environmental)
Channel 3 -- Lf (Left front)
Channel 4 -- Rf (Right front)
Channel 5 -- Lr (Left rear)
Channel 6 -- Rr (Right rear)
Channel 7 -- Cr (Center rear)
Channel 8 -- Lfe (Sub)