[OT] Panning/Doppler plugs?

Feb 9, 2007 at 2:39pm

[OT] Panning/Doppler plugs?

Anyone know of any good panning/Doppler effect plug-ins? I thought there was
one in Pluggo, but I can’t seem to find it.
I’m taking a class on sound design for video students next week, and will
be working mostly with Soundtrack Pro (which, incidentally, I’ve been quite
pleasantly surprised by), so a (free) Audio Unit would be preferable.
I know I could make a Pluggo myself (in fact I have), but was wondering if
there was anything better out there…
Cheers
Roger

#30217
Feb 9, 2007 at 8:37pm

I don’t know about free but the GRM tools have a great doppler effect
and I think you can download a demo version for free.

Cheers,

Carey

On 2/9/07, Roger Carruthers wrote:
> Anyone know of any good panning/Doppler effect plug-ins? I thought there was
> one in Pluggo, but I can’t seem to find it.
> I’m taking a class on sound design for video students next week, and will
> be working mostly with Soundtrack Pro (which, incidentally, I’ve been quite
> pleasantly surprised by), so a (free) Audio Unit would be preferable.
> I know I could make a Pluggo myself (in fact I have), but was wondering if
> there was anything better out there…
> Cheers
> Roger
>
>
>

#96101
Feb 9, 2007 at 8:57pm

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Feb 10, 2007 at 10:30am

Roger Carruthers wrote:
> I know I could make a Pluggo myself (in fact I have), but was wondering if
> there was anything better out there…

If you use tapin/out and calculate the delay according to the speed of
sound, you can’t get better than that, because its the real thing.
Unless you’d want it for the reflections as well. Then use spat from the
Ircam library…


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