jmod.sur.dbap~

Summary

  • Developer: Trond Lossius, Theo de la Hogue, Pascal Baltazar
  • Version: Jan 28th, 2009
  • Platform: MaxMSP - Jamoma
  • OS: MacOS, WinXP, Vista
  • Status: SpatBASE entry is work in progress

Parameter definition

Coordinate system convention

  • Cartesian system, x-axis to the right hand side, y-axis to the front, z-axis to the top
  • Origin (0,0,0) in the center

Parameter describing a sound source

parameter description data format range initial state unit example misc
/numSources Number of Sound Sources int NA /numSources 5
/source.#/position Position of the #th source float float float meter meter meter /source.1/position 1.0 3.0 0.0
/source.#/blur Set spatial bluriness of the #th source float 0 ... 20
/source.#/weight

Parameter describing a virtual space

parameter description data format range initial state unit example misc
/dimensions Dimensions of the virtual space int 1 2 3 NA /dimensions 2
/rolloff The relative rolloff of amplitude with distance from speakers float 1 ... ∞ dB /rolloff 3.0

Parameter describing the position of loudspeakers

parameter description data format range initial state unit example misc
/numSpeakers total number of loudspeaker int 1 ... 32 NA /numSpeakers 2
/speaker.#/position Position of the #th loudspeaker in cart. coordinates float float float meter meter meter /speaker.3/position 1.0 3.0 0.0

Other relevant parameter

parameter description data format range initial state unit example misc
/audio/gain overall output gain stage float 0 ... 127 MIDI (default) /audio/gain 100 Jamoma-MIDI Unit
/audio/mute stops rendering when active boolean 0 1 NA /audio/mute 1

Media

  • GUI screenshots
  • Example patches
  • things which might explain the listed content better

References

  • Lossius, T, P. Baltazar and T. de la Hogue (2009): DBAP - Distance-based amplitude panning. Proceeding of the International Computer Music Conference (ICMC), Montreal 2009.

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