A binaural chorus effect is designed in Max/MSP and Python, aiming to take the chorus effect beyond its current use in stereo mixes. Six separate iterations of the design are evaluated alongside a stereo version, focusing on how changes in azimuth position and at what point binaural synthesis is rendered in the signal processing affects the final product. Results are not found to be conclusive enough to set design standards, but are conclusive enough to provide a baseline methodology for future works.
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