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Spacestation VST Plug-In Recreates Doppler Effect

Thursday January 01, 2004
The Doppler effect is a change to the perceived pitch of a sound source as it moves relative the listener. The pitch is higher as it approaches and lower as it moves further away. Examples of this are the sound of a passing train, ambulance or race car...
Spacestation VST Plug-In Recreates Doppler Effect

September 7, 2004

the listener. The pitch is higher as it approaches and lower as it moves further away. Examples of this are the sound of a passing train, ambulance or race car.

Spacestation allows you to apply this Doppler effect to any sound source. The user interface allows you to set the starting and ending position of the sound source, how long it takes to travel (in seconds or bars), make the travel path linear or non-linear, and optionally make the effect loop repeatly. The effect is actually activated by a trigger button. Built-in reverb and delay effect are also provided.

System Requirements:

  • PC running Windows 98 or higher
  • 1 Ghz Processor
  • Vst host such as Cubase SX

Spacestation is avaiable to buy for £10 GBP. A demo version is available, and the creator also offers fifteen free VST effects/synths for download.

For more information, visit their web site at www.oli.adbe.org

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