Demands for spatial processing are increasing not only in music production, but in the rapidly growing field of virtual reality. A graphical interface has been constructed which allows users to easily manipulate a large number of sources. This approach aims to meet the need for high precision, multi-instrument spatialization without compromising simplicity of operation.
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