In usual setups, the ambisonic technique is expected to be perceived from a sweet spot. All the loudspeakers contribute to achieving correct positioning of the sound for that listening area. Using ambisonics allowed for the sound to move through a space that was
warped by the physical placement of the loudspeakers. Additionally, the distribution tool also allows a relationship between the different reverbs to be established. The environment behaved according to unsteady rules. The relations between the channels were present and, at the same time, absent from the physical space. This duality provided a sense to the events, but without localizing the sources completely.
Changing the virtual position of the reverb caused feedback in the virtual space before encoding (see fig. 1). This feedback added tension and a certain level of unpredictability to the sound events. Also, these relations between reverbs were adjusted algorithmically by changing the elevation and the distance from the hypothetical sweet spot and the azimuth, which produced the movement between the loudspeakers.