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A simple spatializer that allows you to control the width of a stereo signal.
We convert it into a MS (mid/side) signal, manipulate the gain coefficients with a constant-power panning function, and reconvert to left/right stereo.
mid = (i_left + i_right) / 2
side = (i_left – i_right) / 2
width = (-pi/4)..0..(pi/4)
o_left = mid * cos(width + pi/4) o_right = side * sin(width + pi/4)
shifted by pi/4, so that 0 is neutral.
Width
0 is neutral (unmodified signal) + 128 is side only (=very wide) – 128 is mid only (=mono)

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matrix_spatialiser(i_left, i_right, wi, pan1, pan2, pan3, pan4, mid, side, bs)
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(* Input:
* i_left (vector) left input audio signal.
* i_right (vector) right input audio signal.
* wi (float) the width of the signals (equal to -pi/4.. pi/4 in 0.01 increments)
* pan1..pan4 (matrix) parameters for each panning function, 2×1.
* mid (vector) mid signal, left or right.
* side (vector) side signal, left or right.
* bs (boolean) if true, then stereo is used as the output,
* otherwise it is used as the input.
* Output:
* o_left (vector) left output audio signal.
* o_right (vector) right output audio signal.
*)

We start by normalizing the two stereo signals to -1.. 1 and then converting the two signals into one-channel mid and side audio signals.
Note: the constant-power panning is done independently of the width parameter wi, so wi can be set during run-time.
o_left = mid * cos(wi + pi/4)
o_right = side * sin(wi + pi/4)
Finally we set the required bs to true to indicate that the outputs are to be left/right stereo, or false to indicate they are to be mid/side signals.

First we scale the stereo signals to be within a [-1.. 1] range.
Then we calculate the mid signal and side signal with panning functions.
The mid signal is a simple cosine function, but the side signal is derived from the mid signal by subtracting the mid signal with a scaled version of the side signal.
When we’ve created the scaled version of the side signal we offset the mid signal by pi/4 (ie. the mid signal is shifted by pi/4 left or right).
(The side signal, -pi/4.. pi/4, is then scaled to a [-1.. 1] range).
The result of this is that the mid signal is scaled with

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mid = (i_left + i_right) / 2
side = (i_left – i_right) / 2
width = (-pi/4)..0..(pi/4)
Note: type 0 for no side/width panning (ideal if you
have to).
o_left = mid * cos(width + pi/4) o_right = side * sin(width + pi/4)
Usually the mid channel is unused in a stereo mix and the
mix engineer should be able to adjust the panning to
accommodate that.
Gain = 2^x
where x = 0..4
Panning = sinc(x), cos(x), sinc(2x), sinc(3x)
Note: sinc(x) = sin(x)/x (normalized to a maximum
of 1).
i_left, i_right, left, right, o_left, o_right
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By: A. B. Ganiev Date: Sat, 02 Aug 1994 20:28:08 GMT

the simplex “spectral panner”
[ nwid =… ]
which creates left and right analog stereo streams from an
input signal and allows control of the balance (expressed as a ratio of left to right volume).
Usage:
1) create an array of vals (note: you can use m to
change the number of results)
2) create a table of functions to fit the array to the given ratios (x is a value between 0 and nwid)
3) take the mono value of the input signal and divide by its sum with the left and right values (y)
4)… use y to do whatever you want
I put together a tiny demonstration program
(figures not included: get it from
here)
1) nwid = 0
(note: when creating the table, nwid is not used)
2) “//— stuffs to make it look like it’s not always 0”
3) vals = { 0, 1, 5, 8, 0, 6, 0, 0, 2, 0, 0 }
4) table = { { 4.0, 4.0, 0.5, 0.5, 3.0, 1.
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i_left: the input left signal
i_right: the input right signal
pi/4: PI/4
width: the width of the pan
mid: the mid signal
side: the side signal
output: the output left/right stereo

Originally implemented for the VCS3 in the context of the VCS3a project.
(This audio processing library works in any software that has VU meters.)

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It has been created to create mid/side stereo signals from a stereo source, or to augment a
stereo source with mid/side. It uses an array-based spatializer algorithm, that is able to recreate a
stereo signal even if the input is only mono.
This spatializer introduces about 5 to 10 dB of gain between the left and right channels, depending on the input material.
The mid and side signals are amplified by a constant factor of about 6 dB and can be sent directly to the speakers.
The effect can be reversed by setting the “phase flip” to “no”.
In order to make the output as stereo as possible, the gain is controlled by a side-gain and a mid-gain variable.
The side-gain is set by the “side-gain” parameter and the mid-gain is set by the “mid-gain” parameter.
If “gain” is set to 0.0, there is no amplification.
The output is a stereo signal, but it can be left/right reversed with the “phase flip” parameter.

Matrix Spatialiser Information
Matrix Spatialiser can be used as a matrix stereo processor that provides
the following effects:
• The mid/side (MS) signal.
• The sum of both channels.
• The difference between both channels.
• The sum and the difference of both channels scaled by 6 dB.
If the mono signal input is set to full-scale, it will amplify the mono signal by 6 dB, and output
it to the left and right speakers.
If the mono signal input is set to 0, then the mono signal will be output to the left speaker only.
Otherwise, it will be output to the right speaker only.

Supported Material Types:
The matrix spatializer can be used with any audio source, including external audio sources
and multitrack recordings.

Matrix Spatializer Output
If the “normalize” parameter is set to “no”, then the output is a stereo source with the
same amount of gain as the input material. This parameter only works when “mono = yes”.

Supported Material Types
Audio Input:
• Audio source: Direct Audio input, Digi 00 (Line input), Digital I/O
• Multi-Track Recording: Direct Audio input, DAT, CD, MP3, WAV, WMA, AAC, OGG, FLAC, ALAC
• Tape: Direct Audio input, DAT, SP-1 (Tak)
• External Audio source: Direct Audio input, Digi 00, Digital I/O
• External Audio recorder: Direct Audio input, Digi 00, Digital I/O
• Digital Audio recorder: Direct Audio input, Digital I/O
• CD: Direct Audio input, DAT, MP3, WAV, WMA, AAC, OGG

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Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 or AMD Radeon HD 7870
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