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DMOVE -- PField-enabled moving source room-simulation
quick syntax:DMOVE(outsk, insk, dur, AMP, DIST-XPOS, ANGLE-YPOS, (-)dist_mikes[, inchan]);
RVB(outsk, insk, dur, AMP)
space(front, right, -back, -left, ceiling, absorb, rvbtime)
set_attenuation_params(min_dist, max_dist, dist_exponent)
matrix(amp, matrixval1, matrixval2, ... matrixval144)
CAPITALIZED parameters are pfield-enabled for table or dynamic control (see the maketable or makeconnection scorefile commands). Parameters after the [bracket] are optional and default to 0 unless otherwise noted.
DMOVE employs several subcommands to set the room-simulation characteristics and one sub-instrument (RVB) to operate.
NOTE: Although the older path-trajectory subcommands
may be used in this instrument
(path, cpath, param, cparam,
documentation for a description of these), it is intended for this information
to be specified in the "DIST-XPOS" and "ANGLE-YPOS" pfield parameters.
p0 = output start time (seconds) p1 = input start time (seconds) p2 = duration (or endtime if negative) (seconds) p3 = amplitude multiplier (relative multiplier of input signal) p4 = distance (feet) to sound source, or x-coordinate (feet) of sound source p5 = angle to sound source (degrees; 0 degrees is straight in front), or y-coordinate (feet) of sound source p6 = distance between 'mics' (stereo receivers) in the room (feet) NOTE: if p6 is negative, p4/p5 will be interpreted as x- and y- coordinates, otherwise p4/p5 will set polar coordinates for the sound source location p7 = input channel [optional, default is 0] p3 (amplitude) can receive dynamic updates from a table or real-time control source.
p0 = output start time (seconds) p1 = input start time (seconds) p2 = duration (or endtime if negative) (seconds) p3 = amplitude multiplier (relative multiplier of input signal) p3 (amplitude) can receive dynamic updates from a table or real-time control source. NOTE: this associated instrument is required for MPLACE to function
p0 = distance to front wall of room (feet) p1 = distance to right-hand wall of room (feet) p2 = distance to back wall of room (feet) [< 0.0] p3 = distance to left-hand wall of room (feet) [< 0.0] p4 = distance to ceiling of room (feet) p5 = wall absorption factor (0-10; 0 == more 'dead', 10 == more 'live') p6 = reverberation time (seconds) NOTE: this subcommand is required for MPLACE to function
p0 = time interval (seconds) for trajectory updates NOTE: this subcommand is optional for MMOVE to function (the default is the size of the buffers set in rtsetparams)
p0 = microphone angle (degrees, 0 degrees is straight in front) p1 = microphone pattern (0-1; 0 == omnidirectional, 1 == highly directional) NOTE: this subcommand is optional for MPLACE to function (the default is "mikes_off")
no pfields, this defeats the microphone angle and pattern settings for binaural simulation NOTE: this subcommand is optional for MPLACE to function
p0 = minimum distance (feet) p1 = maximum distance (feet) p2 = distance attentuation exponent NOTE: this subcommand is optional for MPLACE to function
p0 = total matrix gain (relative multiplier of input signal) p1-p145 = 12 x 12 matrix amp/feedback coefficients [optional; defaults to internal matrix] NOTE: this subcommand is optional for MPLACE to function
DMOVE is a pfield-enabled version of the MMOVE room-simulation program, allowing the sound source trajectory to be controlled using maketable tables or dynamically via the makeconnection scorefile command. It uses the same methodology as the MPLACE instrument to model the acoustics of a room.
Usage NotesMost of the subcommands for DMOVE are identical to the equivalent subcommands in MPLACE. See the MPLACE Usage Notes for more information.
The only semi-tricky thing to know about DMOVE is that the interpretation of the pfield data coming through p4 and p5 ("DIST-XPOS", "ANGLE-YPOS") depends on whether or not p6 ("dist_mikes") is positive or negative. The distance to the mikes (p6) will be interpreted as a positive number in any case, but if it is negative it will cause p4 and p5 to be interpreted as cartesian coordinates on a coordinate plane where the center of the listener is located at [0, 0]. The default interpretation is to use polar coordinates for the sound source information (distance to sound, angle to sound).
When using maketable and other pfield-control parameters be aware that the "nonorm" optional parameter should probably be set, otherwise the data coming through the pfield will be normalized between 0.0 and 1.0 (or -1.0 and 1.0).
The RVB subinstrument needs to be configured with the appropriate bus_config setup. MPLACE/RVB requires stereo output.
Sample Scoresbasic use:
rtsetparams(44100, 2, 256) load("DMOVE") bus_config("DMOVE", "in 0", "aux 0-1 out") bus_config("RVB", "aux 0-1 in", "out 0-1") rtinput("mysoundfile.aif") mikes(45, 0.5) dist_front = 100 dist_right = 100 dist_rear = -100 dist_left = -100 height = 100 rvbtime = 3 abs_fac = 1 space(dist_front, dist_right, dist_rear, dist_left, height, abs_fac, rvbtime) insk = 0 outsk = 0 amp = 1 dur = 60 dist_mikes = 2 inchan = 0 xpos = makeconnection("mouse", "x", min=dist_left, max=dist_right, dflt=10, lag=90, "x pos", "feet", 2) ypos = makeconnection("mouse", "y", min=dist_rear, max=dist_front, dflt=10, lag=90, "y pos", "feet", 2) mindist = 10 maxdist = 100 set_attenuation_params(mindist, maxdist, 1.0) threshold(0.0005) DMOVE(outsk, insk, dur, amp, xpos, ypos, -dist_mikes, inchan) RVB(0, 0, dur+rvbtime+0.5, 0.1)
See AlsoFREEVERB, GVERB, MMOVE, MOVE, MPLACE, MROOM, PLACE, REV, REVERBIT, ROOM, SROOM