Re: [ecasound] how to spatialize a track ?

From: Kai Vehmanen <kvehmanen@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Thu Dec 21 2006 - 00:55:14 EET


On Wed, 20 Dec 2006, Dubphil wrote:

> channel 1 -> stereo input -> epp:75
> channel 2 -> stereo input -> epp:25
> in order to spatialize a track or perhaps someone can point me on a good
> spacialization plugin ?

as Sergei also mentioned, you may also want to delay the other channel a
bit. There's actually a ready operator for this, the "fake stereo" -etf
(see ecasound(1)). This operates on stereo chains, so you have to feed
either mono input with "-erc:1,2 -etf:10", or a two-channel input direct
to "-etf:10".

You can also do this manually as you propose with -epp, and possibly
adding a (very) short delay with -etd to one of the channels.

As for LADPSA plugins, there's the -el:matrixSpatialiser, and
-el:matrixMSSt. Both allow to control width of a stereo signal, and
are part of Steve Harris's plugin set (see the online documentation for
the plugins for info on the params).

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