Aleksey Vaneev wrote:
Andrew, please send the file to firstname.lastname@example.org
Recepting algorithm is uniform, so I'm not sure what's wrong there.
following up on this issue with the current version (1.9)...
using cardioid receptors placed close to an emitter in a non-reflective space, i observe the following:
1. if one receptor faces towards the emitter and the other one faces away, the receptor with the short perpendicular indicator pointing AWAY from the emitter receives the emitter pulse, while the one pointing TOWARDS the emitter receives a very faint signal. this happens regardless of which channel is which. so, that would seem to indicate that one should regard the perpendicular indicator as the BACK of the cardioid pattern.
2. if both receptors are facing the same direction, it doesn't matter whether the perpendicular indicators point towards, or away from, the emitter. both channels receive full-strength signal, either way.
this appears to be different from the observations prior to this, in this discussion.
has something changed in the implementation of polar patterns?
should this apparent inconsistency in the behaviour of the cardioid pattern be regarded as a bug, or am i doing something strange here?
ok... i've sent four im setups and their resulting wav files (only 16-bit, and low density so they're small.... but they do show the effects i'm describing)
right... forgot about the auto-normalization.
all clear now, thanks!
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