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Introducing Crosstalk and a Digital Delay in Headphone Audio

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Hi all,

 

I wanted to experiment with introducing crosstalk (audio meant for the left channel leaking into the right, and vice versa) with a delay.

 

The ultimate goal is to make my cans sound more like speakers in a room.

 

This is mainly out of curiosity.

 

I figure this MUST exist.

 

Anyone know of any software based solutions (Preferably for Mac OS X)?

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Somewhere in the last few months I think I saw a s/w based solution - possibly in the StageDAC or Concerto thread, but could've been in a discussion about soundstage...

 

Tried searching on "crossfeed"?

 

You'll get a lot of hits on Jan Meier's amps and dac but might find some mention of software too

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Do you know of an OS X media player that supports VST plugins?

 

Isone is one such plugin, designed to replicate the sensation of listening to stereo loudspeakers in an acoustically ideal room with binaural techniques. It seems to be more than a simple crossfeed with delay, though that's an inherent part of any binaural processing.

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