Noise Makers, the makers of Ambi Head have released this new plugin, which converts ambisonic B-format signals into 3D binaural audio. It allows manipulations of 3D scenes (rotations and control of spatial width) and contains features specifically designed for immersive listening.
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Once you move past it’s simplicity on the surface, you might well be surprised of how capable and useful PANO can be.
Think of winds and storm, rain, crackles, fire… add some loops such as insects, birds or perhaps some Walla, use the morpher to it’s full capacity and the missing atmos for a film or video project, for example, can be taken care of very efficiently without having to wade through sound libraries in the eternal quest for the perfect sound.
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Binauralizer : This is an incredible plugin for the price. Suitable for users of all genres, it can sort out all sorts of panning and stereo control needs.
PANO : The built-in presets sound great, with plenty of natural variation – great for layering with instruments or adding ambiance to the track, especially with the added spatialization options.
Tape One : Tape One, in addition to loads of features, simply sounds amazing. I couldn’t make the thing sound bad; it adds a gorgeous vintage subtle sound to all inputs! It does classic vintage vocal tape delays to perfection.
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Who needs another delay right ? I almost didn't demo this but I'm glad I did. Tape One does old-time subtle sit-behind-the-vocal-just-right delay better than anything else I've got. Yes, I could get close to this with some standard delays, tape plug-ins, and filters. But Tape One works really well instantly to get that particular sound. The filters are excellent. I'm gonna buy.
Binauralizer has a really interesting interface with its X-Y pad. An indispensable plugin for my 3D audio classes !
Binauralizer is easy to use, efficient, the interface is nice and the rendering is convincing, I recommend
At first I was a bit skeptic: how would a 'foley synthesizer' sound like, especially in surround...? I was baffled from the start: this elegant piece of software is a huge time-saver for creating atmos-tracks or creating immersive surroundings where the elements are involved: wind, water, fire etc. can be wrapped around what's happening on screen and adapted from fierce and piercing to intimate en subtle. I don't know of any other plugin that does something similar. Great piece of kit (and affordable too!).