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Re: Longcat AudioStage

Dear Frederik,


Sorry, but that isn’t enough information. It is useful to know what you are actually try to do. For example, here are some starting questions :

1)      Single source, several sources, many sources?

2)      Range of angles of interest: any desired position on the full sphere, limited positions on most of the sphere, how high and how low

3)      Distance rendering: accurate range needed? Distance <1 from the head?

4)      Source trajectories or fixed positions?

5)      Room effect or anechoic conditions?

6)      Real-time or off-line?

7)      Head-tracking integration possible or not?

8)      PC platform (Win/Mac/Linux)?

9)      Your programming skill level (turn-key system, MaxMSP patching, MatLab coding)?

10)   Headphone equalization?

11)   Price range possible?

12)   Lab setting or installation art?



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De : AUDITORY - Research in Auditory Perception [mailto:AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] De la part de Frederik Nielbo
Envoyé : samedi 15 septembre 2012 14:27
À : AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Objet : Re: [AUDITORY] Longcat AudioStage


Dear Brian and others,

What I am looking for is simply some software that allows me to produce auditory stimuli, enabling me to present it binaurally in stereo headphones. I need to be able to control the virtual position rather precise.

Thank you, Gaëtan, I will definitely look into that!

Best regards,

2012/9/14 Brian Katz <brian.katz@xxxxxxxx>

What are you actually wanting to do? This will greatly affect your choice, and there a numerous ones out there with VERY different results and constraints. 

-Brian FG Katz



On 14 sept. 2012, at 15:07, Frederik Nielbo <frederiknielbo@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Dear list,


I am wondering if any of you have experiences with Longcat AudioStage in your work with audio spatialization - is this the best software available, are there any major limitations, what are the alternatives, etc.?


Best regards,

Frederik Nielbo

Center for Semiotics

Aarhus University