Wave Field Synthesis (WFS) provides holographic sound reproduction for a large listening area. Fundamentals of WFS recording and reproduction techniques have been developed in the past few years, however there is a lack of intuitive tools for WFS mixing and mastering. In this paper the authors propose a WFS user interface compatible with available and accepted digital audio workstations. These WFS-plug-ins are based on a novel audio network technology. They open new possibilities for creative audio production in WFS.
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