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Aleksey,

as I only really trust in Voxengo plugins, what about a Speaker simulation plugin for work with headphones?

Inspired by SPL Phonitor: http://www.soundperformancelab.com/fileadmin/user_upload/anleitungen/english/Phonitor_2730_BA_E.pdf

Basically we would need three knobs: Crossfeed, Speaker Angle, Center Level

:)


Well, you can easily achieve such functionality by using PHA-979 plug-in followed by MSED plug-in.

Aleksey Vaneev: Well, you can easily achieve such functionality by using PHA-979

But this introduces a lot of latency.  A single easy plugin would be nice for this :)


Aleksey Vaneev: Well, you can easily achieve such functionality by using PHA-979

Dandruff: But this introduces a lot of latency.  A single easy plugin would be nice for this :)

Well, it's impossible to do without latency and maintain good quality.  Otherwise phase rotation will not be phase-linear.  I'm not intersted myself in such sub-optimal solution.


Ok, I see.  What would be the lowest possible latency?  Of course sound quality should be very good in this case as headphones will often bring out all bad things.

Still hope, that you will do such a plugin sometime in the future :)


Dandruff: Ok, I see.  What would be the lowest possible latency?  Of course sound quality should be very good in this case as headphones will often bring out all bad things.

Well, just check out PHA-979 if it's usable for such task or not.


Well

1.  I don't know how to setup the parameters (crossfeed) in this case

2.  I'm searching for a single plugin solution

:)


Crossfeed is simply a side channel gain.  Center gain is mid channel gain.  At least this is how I understand this process.

In fact as I plan to extend PHA-979 plug-in, it will feature both phase rotation, panning and quick mid/side adjustments.  So, it will possibly implement Phonitor's functionality for the most part (again, if I understand it correctly).


Aleksey Vaneev: Crossfeed is simply a side channel gain.  Center gain is mid channel gain.  At least this is how I understand this process.

No, Crossfeed mixes part of the right channel to the left and part of the left channel to the right to simulate a 2-speaker environment.  I don't think that boosting the side channel will do the trick!?

Have a look at these examples:

http://www.112db.com/redline/monitor

http://sourceforge.net/projects/bs2b

http://refinedaudiometrics.com/products-hdphx.shtml


Dandruff: No, Crossfeed mixes part of the right channel to the left and part of the left channel to the right to simulate a 2-speaker environment.  I don't think that boosting the side channel will do the trick!?

Well, it's the same thing.  Of course, you should reduce the side-channel gain to produce that bleed effect.  Update your knowledge.

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