27th July 2005
Tying the audio and visual together was an important goal, instead of being faced with pages of numbers and graphs, you hear what you see. The flexibility of drawing rooms with a one metre resolution and a handful of parameters gives a huge range of atmospheres to play in - all while you listen. Positions and controls can all be automated.
Rayspace uses up to 512 different ray-traced sound directions, each one continuously collecting information from the enclosures. Taking into account air absorbency and the effect of each wall reflection and filtering made en route to the listener.
RaySpace does not use any smearing filters, or any convolution algorithms. It simple bounces the rays around the scene and returns a clean but complex effect back to the listener.
- Draw your own rooms at 1 metre resolution.
- Real-time response update.
- Wall dampening and absorbency controls.
- 4 channel output for surround sound reverb.
- Automated positions and controls.
RaySpace is available as a VST effect for Windows and costs GB£60. A demo version is available.
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