The IEM proudly announces the release of the CUBEmixer (v1.0.1), a 3D sound mixer!
CUBEmixer is the 2nd generation of the higher-order ambisonic environment for spatial reproduction of sounds.
A release package can be downloaded at sourceforge.
The CUBEmixer is currently used to drive the IEM CUBE (for those who don’t know it: the IEM CUBE is the iem’s concert hall equipped with (among others) a 24 channel loudspeaker hemisphere for 3d audio projection).
Core Features of this release
26 live in channels
8 channel playback engine
3rd&4th order periphonic ambisonic
16 busses which can be assigned arbitrarily to any output channel configuration
16 logical channels (can be assigned to any input module)
extendible processing via plugins/extensions
GUI, FUDI, MIDI
state handling for session recovery
Via: Gaussian Blog
CUBEmixer is based on pd-0.39.2 (might run with pd-0.38) used externals/libraries:
aconnect (linux only), iem_ambi, iemmatrix, iemlib, zexy (source code
available in pure-data’s cvs hosted by sourceforge)
popup, iemgui (source code delivered with project)
The CUBEmixer (including compiled externals) is available via the downloads section of iem’s sourceforge project: sourceforge
Subversion system at sourceforge