Noise Makers launches Binauralizer
Noise Makers released a few days ahead of schedule its Binauralizer spatialization plug-in for Mac and Windows.
Binauralizer is a VST, AU and AAX 32 and 64-bit plug-in based on HRTF (Head Related Transfert Function) psychoacoustic perception method to simulate the width and placement of the sound.
The plug-in can process mono, stereo and surround files and outputs them in binaural stereo format. It offers a 360° pan reverse function with left/right and front/back movement effects.
The GUI features a 2D pad with which you’ll simultaneously control the width and position of the sound source.
Binauralizer has a regular price of 89 € but if you purchase it prior to March 22nd, you’ll only pay 49 €. A trial version, with silences added every 30 seconds, is also available for download from www.noisemakers.fr.
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