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These are some pinna-based binaural panning and mix-down Sounds (For best results, please listen over headphones).

There are some fun 360 degree panning and vertical (overhead) panning examples.

To mix down a multichannel Timeline to a binaural mix:

(I used this for mixing down Cyclonic—which depends on 360 degree panning for the tornado-effects—for a CD ).

-- CarlaScaletti - 17 Nov 2009

Thanks Carla, sounds great. What about the other way, binaural to Quad, for those of us who need to compose for imagined 4 multispeaker, but only have two to compose on!?

-- CristianVogel - 14 Dec 2009

Cristian, if you work in the Timeline, you can do all your work in stereo; then when it comes time to record, go to the Preferences>Speaker Positions and lie to Kyma, saying that you have a quad setup. Then record the Timeline and check the four boxes to indicate that you want to record four independent files, one for each of the four quad channels.

-- CarlaScaletti - 16 Dec 2009

Indeed, I am recording in A-Format Ambisonic or Binaural these days - decoders for both would be great

-- GarthPaine - 15 Dec 2009

 
 
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