Back by popular demand comes a remastered version of the extremely popular Cheeze Machine virtual instrument by Big Tick Audio. An extra cheesy, extra saucy string box in the style of the original vintage string machines. Cheeze Machine 2 includes an expanded oscillator section, convolution reverb, a vintage ensemble chorus, and 64 bit compatibility for VST, AU, AAX and standalone applications.
This tool imitates the 7.1 to binaural sound effect of many surround virtualizations by making use of
Equalizer APO’s convolution filter. Available impulse response that were recorded with activated…
Dolby Atmos Headphone
SBX Pro Studio Surround (also found in BlasterX Acoustic Engine & THX TruStudio Pro)
Sennheiser GSX Binaural 7.1
Windows Sonic Headphone
Dolby Home Theater v4 Headphone Surround Virtualizer
Out Of Your Head
Flux HEar V3
OpenAL and DirectSound3D HRTFs
and many more!
many different headphone surround impulse responses
powerful graphic equalizer
equalizer presets for over 1000 popular headphones
use multiple devices on one sound card
extensive control over different volume levels
apply and save the processing onto your audio files
fully configurable crossfeed
quickly save & load profiles, even through hotkeys
supports command line parameters for all options
rearrange the virtual speakers’ positions
intelligent stereo upmix
portable installation with easy one-click updater
Posted in Audio, Hardware, Open Source, PC, Software Tagged APO, convolution, Dolby, equalization, FIR, Headphone, multichannel
rePhase is a
FIR generation tool for building fully linear-phase active crossovers with arbitrary slopes.
It also let you manually compensate for the phase shifts of your loudspeakers and existing crossovers, be it active or passive.
Once generated, the FIR can be applied using any hardware (openDRC, miniSHARC, Najda, …) or software (
foobar, convolver, JRiver, …), stereo or multi-way convolution engine.
sourceforge.net/projects/rephase Additional resources:
Equalizer APO, REW and Rephase WOW! ~ diyAudio