[chuck] fader, or better yet a 3D spatialization generator

rjc rjc at mit.edu
Fri Feb 18 11:36:03 EST 2005

Dumb question, but thought I saw on this list awhile ago the fact that Chuck 
is still mono; stereo in the works. Is this true, or am I missing something?

-- Rich

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From: "M. Edward (Ed) Borasky" <znmeb at cesmail.net>
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Subject: Re: [chuck] fader, or better yet a 3D spatialization generator

> Michael Heuer wrote:
>>A feature request, might it be possible to add a simple fader (l/r
>>channel) to ChucK?  Or what would be really useful would be a 3D
>>spatialization generator, something like
>>but I haven't been able to locate an open source implementation yet.
> Is there a well-defined DSP algorithm for this? I know CSound, for 
> example, has code for the "head response transfer function". This computes 
> what you need to put in the left headphone and the right headphone to 
> simulate localization. If that's what you're looking for, I think it's 
> "just a convolution" :). Can Chuck do convolutions?
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