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Binaural Panner

A binaural panner is a tool or plugin used in immersive audio to position audio sources within a three-dimensional space and create a binaural audio experience. It simulates the way human ears perceive sound by applying a HRTF (Head-Related Transfer Function) to audio signals, resulting in a spatialized sound perception when listened to through headphones.

The binaural panner takes audio input and allows the user to control the placement and movement of sound sources within a virtual soundstage. It applies spatialization techniques to modify the audio signals, taking into account parameters such as azimuth (horizontal angle), elevation (vertical angle), and distance from the listener’s perspective.

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