Wonks wrote:It's their möre cöwbell offshoot.
I'm not sure why but this has really tickled me today.
MOF wrote:I just wondered if your recordings worked realistically converted to 'binaural', I think that given lots of people listen to music on earbuds it would be worth your while to convert your recordings to that format to give people the 'being there' experience.
ConcertinaChap wrote:Please correct me if I'm wrong but so far as I can see if I want to do binaural with the NT-SF1 I have to put the Soundfield by Rode plugin in a channel effects slot and set it to decode the A format recording to B format. The next effects slot must be occupied by a third party binaural plugin which is what will do the actual work of converting the B format data to binaural for the final mix.
Hugh Robjohns wrote:But even then binaural transcoding only works if you have a system that can accommodate a personally-derived HRTF.
Hugh Robjohns wrote:Looks interesting and promising... But the documentation is rather lacking so its actual capabilities remain rather unclear to me.
James Perrett wrote:Hugh Robjohns wrote:Looks interesting and promising... But the documentation is rather lacking so its actual capabilities remain rather unclear to me.
It is a JS effect so the source code can be examined by clicking a button on the plug-in. Hopefully it will be well commented ;)
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