[LAU] Jconv

Hector Centeno hcengar at gmail.com
Fri Mar 27 01:23:05 EDT 2009

I've been using VBAP in Csound and PD so I guess the source there
might be reusable also. If VBAP is to be included in Ardour and some
other people are interesting in teaming up and financially support
this, please count me in (I wont be able to give much but I'm willing
to contribute). To have VBAP in Ardour would open a lot of
possibilities for easily using Ardour in electroacoustic multichannel
audio work with the option of having 3D spatialization (azimuth and
elevation)... and that combined with OSC control would be great.



On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 11:01 PM, nescivi <nescivi at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thursday 26 March 2009 20:43:27 Paul Davis wrote:
>> the multichannel panner in ardour should be ignored. i'd like to find a
>> sponsor to support the development of a VBAP-based replacement. after
>> talking to several multichannel/surround people in berlin, it seems clear
>> that both ambisonics and VBAP have their roles. the ambisonics setup is
>> better done via ambdec because of the number and complexity of the
>> parameters, but VBAP could be done quite nicely inside ardour. its not
>> going to happen without someone raising a relatively significant amount of
>> money, or somebody else doing the work.
> There are some VBAP plugins for SuperCollider available, made by Scott Wilson.
> I'm sure that some of the source of those can be ported for Ardour... it may
> even be worth contacting him and seeing if he can get one of his students
> enthusiastic in porting them to Ardour.
> sincerely,
> Marije
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