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Wave Arts Introduces Panorama 3-D Audio Plug-In

Panorama is a specialized tool for creating 3-D audio scenes. The DSP technology in Panorama reproduces psychoacoustic sound localization and distance cues, allowing you to pan sounds in three dimensions: not just left and right, but up, down, front, back, near, and far...

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Panorama is a specialized tool for creating 3-D audio scenes. The DSP technology in Panorama reproduces psychoacoustic sound localization and distance cues, allowing you to pan sounds in three dimensions: not just left and right, but up, down, front, back, near, and far. Panorama combines 3-D audio panning with acoustic environment modeling, including wall reflections, reverberation, distance modeling, and the Doppler pitch effect. While primarily intended for headphone listening, Panorama also includes a crosstalk canceller for playback over conventional stereo loudspeakers.

Features:

  • Position and move sound in three dimensions
  • Uses Head-Related Transfer Functions (HRTF) to reproduce binaural sound localization cues.
  • Integrated reverberation and distance cues
  • Extensive control over dimensions and surface material of all six surfaces of the room Doppler pitch effect
  • Full automation support for creating moving sounds
  • Crosstalk canceller for loudspeaker playback

Panorama is available for all native Mac and PC formats (VST, AU, MAS, DX and RTAS) and until May 14th has an introductory price of $199.95.

For more information, visit their web site at www.wavearts.com

By our press release coordinator Monday May 30, 2005
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