Version 1.1.0 offers some
improvements over version 1.0.0:
- There are 10 processing units (PUs). Each of
them can be configured to rotate or mirror one
or both of the virtual speakers. Further more
they can be used to rotate or mirror the
rotation axis of the next PU.
- Each PU act like an oscillator which
periodically changes a rotation angle or the
amount of mirroring. The phase of this
oscillator can now be selected, and it's easier
to set the frequency of an oscillator to be
exactly an integer multiply of another
- A "global frequency" slider can be used to
scale the frequencies of all the oscillators
- There are some new interesting presets.
"Rotating Space" is
a freeware VST effect plug-in for Windows: A 3D
panner based on Head-Related Transfer Functions (HRTFs).
Rotating Space simulates a sound
source (the stereo input signal) which rotates
around up to ten arbitrarily definable axes. You
must use headphones to hear the effect. Consider
the following arrangement: The stereo input signal
is played with two speakers. Over the time the
virtual speakers will move around the listener while
the distance to the listener keeps constant. You can
determine the way in which the speakers move.