Integrated HRTF convolution module. Use the HRTF 3D SynthEdit module for binaural stereo positioning. The HRTF file used is public domain and was measured at the IRCAM.
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The HRTF 3D SE module integrates the HRTF convolution module with the 3D SE module. The 3D SE uses the same code, so make sure the relevant convolution module is selected in the HRTF 3D SE module.
HRTF 3D SE Release Notes
The HRTF 3D SE module supports HRTF convolution in both monaural and binaural formats. The HRTF 3D SE includes the full HRTF 3D convolution module for binaural positioning and binaural 3D convolution will be a feature in future versions of HRTF 3D SE.
Other additions include a stand-alone precision implementation of the HRTF 3D convolution module, and improved 3D convolution performance with split-beam geometry when using the SFF 3D convolution filters. The HRTF 3D SE also introduces a beta SPIRAL HRTF file, where 4 channels of HRTF data are stored as a spirally curved surface rather than a rectangle.
SFF 3D convolution
With the SFF 3D convolution filter interface, it is now easier to apply different types of HRTF filters to an arbitrary point in space. SFF 3D convolution is a less computationally intensive, if less accurate, alternative to HRTF 3D convolution. SFF 3D convolution can be achieved by rendering appropriate SFF 3D convolution filters to a plane and sliding the plane along surfaces in 3D space. SFF 3D convolution is particularly useful in the single-channel case, where all channels of the HRTF convolution are applied only to the same position in space.
SFF 3D convolution and HRTF 3D convolution can also be implemented in a hybrid manner, where SFF 3D convolution is used for the first few HRTF convolution kernels, and then the HRTF 3D convolution method is applied for the remaining kernels.
Stand-alone HRTF convolution
With HRTF 3D SE, it is possible to use a complete and independent HRTF convolution algorithm outside of the 3D SE. This module also allows the use of a different HRTF algorithm or distance calculation method for use with a fixed or binaural distance.
New 3D convolution filter I/O functions
With the introduction of SFF 3D convolution, HRTF 3D SE introduces a number of new 3D convolution filter I
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HRTF 8ch Net DSP convolution module is an integral part of V.A.S.P. SoundEngines SSE4 Pro v2.3 and above. As mentioned above, HRTF 8ch Net DSP version is true dual mono convolution module. It is used to generate HRTF waveforms (either in 2D or in 3D) and its DSP module will be utilized for the convolution process in an SSE v2.3+ engine (i.e. SSE version 2.3 or above)
HRTF 8ch Net DSP Description:
SSE4 Pro v2.3+ uses optimized convolution routine optimized for 8ch-16ch convolution modules. This module can be used for stereo pairs of microphones. HRTF generation takes your audio stream and generates a non-interacting mono and binaural HRTFs. HRTF on binaural pair can also be generated on the fly by pressing Ctrl key while playing audio.
The convolution can be controlled using 10 sliders. It also has 10 sets of multiplier ranges that can be used to customize the convolution effect. Other options include the binaural spatialization and the binaural filter decay using the filter decay sliders on the module.
The convolution can be used for positioning applications for audio processing. Due to its nature, it is very useful to reduce audio interference and to create a non-interacting stereo by removing the interaural phase shifts caused by the air-conduction effect.
HRTF 8ch Net DSP may be used for unlimited number of audio sources as it can be used for both mono and stereo pairs.
IMPORTANT NOTE: All the beta versions of the convolution module (HRTF 8ch Net DSP) are only available for SSE4 Pro v2.3 and above. It is not recommended to use the HRTF 8ch Net DSP in earlier versions of SSE4 Pro.
Multichannel Intensity Stereo Convolution module (MSIRC)
SSE4 Pro v2.3+ uses optimized convolution routine optimized for 8ch-16ch convolution modules. This module can be used for stereo pairs of microphones.
Compatible with 10 x standard and 10 x extended sliders (separate slider for each attribute)
To change to any other option, just click on the corresponding slider
HRTF 3D SE Activation Code Description
HRTF 3D SE (LifeTime) Activation Code 2022
Samples HRTF data set (4 channels) based on measured data from dozens of IASLP test subjects for a noise-free scenario. With this module you can now import and use this data set in any stereo sound engine.
Retrieve measures on any sound source (including mono).
HRTF 2D SE Description:
3D sound engine module that directly retrieves HRTF measured data from any sound source in real time. You can now use this module with any stereo sound engine.
HRTF 2D SE Features:
1) The module includes measures on any speaker.
2) Real time, the measure are based on current environment and setup.
3) Measures are displayed in the visualizer.
4) Measures are displayed in the realtime preview
5) Measures are displayed in the output room spectrum analyzer.
6) Measures are displayed in the real time tracking preview.
Process all the params of your reverb according to the selected engine. Use the HRTF 3D Reverb module for binaural localization of sounds in the 3D space. This module give you access to the parameters of the reverb engine and let you fine tune your reverb effects and curves to achieve the best result for your sound engine.
HRTF 3D Reverb Description:
Sound engine module that retrieves HRTF measured data from a sound source and applies reverb to it. This module is very useful for the creation of immersive environments.
HRTF 3D Reverb Features:
1) The module has control over 8 parameters of a reverb effect.
2) The 3D user interface is especially designed for sound engine projects
3) The module provides a very complete and natural HRTF sound positioning.
4) The module provides a very precise control over reverb effects as you can create a very subtle, natural, or aggressive reverb for your sound engine.
An isometric tool for designing and visualizing multi-room sound environments. The module allow you to place sound sources in any position of a space (with any arrangement of walls) in order to localize the sound that they produce. The level of localization and the position of the sound source can be defined. You can also record a new environment like recording a real environment and then simulate it with your virtual environment.
Geometry-Based HRTF Tool Description:
Use a Geometric HRTF tool to localize sounds in any virtual environment. Use the GeometricHRTF module to simulate any
What’s New In HRTF 3D SE?
The HRTF 3D SE module is designed for the purpose of convolution of an HRTF measured at the IRCAM in order to assess the binaural performance of the hearing aid.
When a 2D object such as a virtual speaker is positioned in a virtual space with binaural stereo positioning, the left ear should perceive the sound reaching it from a direction given by the left head impulse response (HRIR), while the right ear should perceive the sound reaching it from a direction given by the right head impulse response (HRIR). If the listener stands in front of the virtual speaker, it is possible to have a spatial image of the virtual source. This explains the name of the module: Head Related Transfer Function (HRTF).
The HRTF module enables us to simulate the sound received at the eardrum of a listener when an object (a virtual source) is perceived as being placed in a 3D virtual space, and to modify this sound by convolution with the HRTF measured in the ear. The convolution works as follows: the sound which reaches the eardrum of a listener is represented by a wave. This wave is convolved with a HRTF, which represents the impulse response of the canal-tympanic system. Thus the auditory impression corresponds to the convolution of the original wave and the impulse response of the HRTF. The convolution is realised by the convolution operator, which may be computed by the convolution operators implemented in the HRTF 3D SE module.
The HRTF 3D SE module has been designed to provide efficient processing with respect to the number of parameters by using a high resolution look-up table.
When the musical material is delivered to the listener, the sound is spatially manipulated by the HRTF module according to the point of the space the virtual source is perceived to be in. This means that the parameter of the spatial distribution is controlled by a virtual source placed in a virtual space with a listener standing in front of it.
Resolution is determined by the number of points and the length of the look-up table. The parameter distribution is also controlled by a number of factors:
– The number of sources and its distribution in the virtual space
– The distribution of the listener in the space
– If the listener has some spatial control, this spatial distribution
Thus the more sources and the listener is distributed in the space, the higher the number of points are.
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