[linux-audio-user] Audio 3-D Demo --- Any Interest in Software?

Olivier omagere at club.lemonde.fr
Sat Jan 3 20:36:57 EST 2004

The processing is more than noticeable when playing on my PC's speakers. It's 
very interesting imho.

On Saturday 03 January 2004 11:10 pm, davidrclark at earthlink.net wrote:
> Greetings Linux Audio Users.
> A few weeks ago, I mailed to the user list a URL regarding some audio
> software I have been working on over the past two years.  For those
> who missed it:
> http://home.earthlink.net/~davidrclark/linux_audio_users/
> The only response I received was regarding the 3-D audio work I have
> been doing (Benji --- Thanks!).  It was suggested that I provide a more
> comprehensive demo at a higher encoding rate.  I have just posted a
> demo of three audio clips (in one file) to:
> http://home.earthlink.net/~davidrclark/latest_mp3.html
> The three 30-second audio clips are each repeated twice in the MP3
> file as follows:
> 1) Monophonic, dry recording from Roland XV-3080
> 2) Performance output from Roland XV-3080, including hall-like reverb,
> etc.
> 3) Engulf 3-D Audio processed version of the monophonic, dry
> recordings, one track at a time.  The tracks are exactly those in #1
> above.
> 4) Repeat of #2, performance output of Roland with reverb, etc.
> 5) Repeat of #1, monophonic, dry.
> 6) Repeat of Engulf 3-D Audio processed version of #1.
> The clips are in this order to ease comparison.  The file is a 6.0 MB
> 256 KBps encoded MP3 file.  The 3-D audio is only noticeable if one
> uses headphones, which is what this processing is designed for.
> Is anyone interested in this type of processing?  I would think that
> many people would be interested due to the popularity of headphones
> and stereo earphones these days and the fact that commercial CD's are
> horrible to listen to with headphones.
> Thanks for your attention, and regards to all.
> Dave.

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