The Music Technology Group at the University of York Department of Music are now adding new Ambisonic tools to the range already generated by the Swiss Center for Computer Music which were written by Dave Malham and Ambrose Field from the Department of Music, University of York. England. As with the earlier plugins, they have been placed in the public domain as a service to the musical community in general, and electroacoustic musicians in particular, with two conditions;
Currently there are two first order plugins available in the York range;
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They have been tested in Nuendo 1.5 on PC and Mac (OS9), in the latest beta version of AudioMulch on the PC and in Max/MSP on the Mac.
B-Proc Ambisonic B-Format Processor
B-Zoom Ambisonic B-format Zoom control
Please note that there have been reports of problems with the German language versions of OS9, the International and American versions seem more stable.
PC Only Range
There are now two PC only plugins available in the York range;
Third Order Plugins
There are also now alpha versions of the first of a forthcoming range of plugins that can run at in up to third order mode.
You can find out more at vst3_ambisonics.html.
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Last updated on Thursday February 27th, 2003