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Generic panning tools for MAX/MSP

  title={Generic panning tools for MAX/MSP},
  author={V. Pulkki},
  • V. Pulkki
  • Published in ICMC 2000
  • Computer Science
  • Vector base amplitude panning (VBAP) is a generic method for virtual source positioning. It generalizes the pair-wise panning paradigm to triplet-wise panning paradigm, which can be used in three-dimensional loudspeaker setups. The VBAP implementation in MAX/MSP software presented in this paper is a powerful tool to produce spatialized computer music pieces that can be presented with di erent loudspeaker setups. Virtual sources are positioned by de ning the virtual source directions as (azimuth… CONTINUE READING

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