VISR User Manual

VISR principles

Component-Based Audio processing

VISR as a Rendering Framework

Realtime and Offline Processing

Prototyping versus mature signal processing code

Using VISR

Using VISR with Python

Using VISR audio workstation plugins

Using Max/MSP externals

Extending VISR

In this part we describe how to use the VISR framework to implement new functionality, i.e., functionality that is not contained in the existing components or standalone renderers. This part is basically an extended version of the tutorial presented in

Creating signal flows from existing components in Python

Writing atomic functionality in Python

Implementing atomic components in C++

Creating composite components in C++

Object-Based Audio with VISR


Although the VISR framework is deliberately application-agnostic, it is well-suited for working with spatial and object-based audio.

The VISR object model

Predefined object-based rendering primitives and renderers

Object-Based Reverberation

VISR component reference

Standard rendering component library

Binaural synthesis toolkit

Dynamic range control library

Old contents

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