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The Anaglyph Binaural Audio Engine

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Anaglyph is part of an ongoing research effort into the perceptual and technical capabilities of binaural rendering. The Anaglyph binaural audio engine is a VST audio plugin for binaural spatialization integrating the results of over a decade of spatial hearing research. Anaglyph has been designed as an audio plugin to both support ongoing research efforts as well as to make accessible the fruits of this research to audio engineers through traditional existing DAW environments. Among its features, Anaglyph includes a personalizable morphological ITD model, near-field ILD and HRTF parallax corrections, a Localization Enhancer, an Externalization Booster, and SOFA HRIR file support. The basic architecture and implementation of each audio-related component is presented here.

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