For use in multi-channel capable VST hosts such as Nuendo 1.5 (and above), AudioMulch, Max/MSP etc..
B-Zoom is a 64-bit double precision ambisonics processor optimised for sound quality . In Nuendo, it should be used in the master effects section, positioned prior to the decoder, if this is in use.
Make sure your B-format signal is in W, X, Y, Z (1,2,3,4) format. Currently (as of June 2002) Nuendo and most other VST hosts do not offer a multichannel file input option so any B Format recordings have to be provided as two stereo files feeding separate input channels. Configure Nuendo so that these two channels feed the processor on these busses. BPan connects itself correctly automatically.
The effect of zooming in is to make sounds in that direction louder (and those in the opposite direction quieter) and also to spread the angles between them (and reduce the angular spread of sounds in the opposite direction)
Simply drop the bfzoomedit.dll file into any plugin folder currently active in Nuendo or other VST software that you use, bur preferably the 'surround' one.
Simply put the bfzoomedit file into any plugin folder currently active in Nuendo or other VST software that you use, bur preferably the 'surround' one.
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