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manuals:m4l:4dsource [2018/07/26 12:43]
Vladimir Razhev
manuals:m4l:4dsource [2019/01/21 16:26] (current)
Vladimir Razhev
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 On the panning tab the basic properties of a source are set: position, dimensions, and orientation. On the panning tab the basic properties of a source are set: position, dimensions, and orientation.
  
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 In 4DSOUND a path is a predetermined movement that is also visualised in the 4D Monitor. A path library is available, which expands over time. (Also drawing your own paths will be possible in the future). In 4DSOUND a path is a predetermined movement that is also visualised in the 4D Monitor. A path library is available, which expands over time. (Also drawing your own paths will be possible in the future).
  
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 Important: Modulations only work when the 4D Engine receives a Master Phase, which can be enabled or modulated in the 4Dglobal device (find it on the OSC tab). Important: Modulations only work when the 4D Engine receives a Master Phase, which can be enabled or modulated in the 4Dglobal device (find it on the OSC tab).
  
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 Gestures are integrated spatialisation algorithms within the 4D Engine. They perform actions inspired by certain behaviour, generating a variety of movements. For all gestures counts that **trig** triggers the gesture, and **reset** sets the produced offset to 0 on all axes. Gestures are integrated spatialisation algorithms within the 4D Engine. They perform actions inspired by certain behaviour, generating a variety of movements. For all gestures counts that **trig** triggers the gesture, and **reset** sets the produced offset to 0 on all axes.
  
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 This tab shows a selection of parameters that determine the spatial perception of a source that relate to digital signal processing (as opposed to panning properties for instance). This tab shows a selection of parameters that determine the spatial perception of a source that relate to digital signal processing (as opposed to panning properties for instance).
  
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 __more in depth info soon__ __more in depth info soon__
  
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 This is a more advanced collection of parameters that generally are used only in special circumstances. This is a more advanced collection of parameters that generally are used only in special circumstances.
  
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 Sends are typically used in combination with the 4Dspace device, to process reverb over the spatialised sound (as opposed to the non-spatialised sound within Live). Sends are typically used in combination with the 4Dspace device, to process reverb over the spatialised sound (as opposed to the non-spatialised sound within Live).
  
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 Live receives **sends 1 to 4** on channels **58 to 61** (this can be adjusted, ref. 4D Engine XML setup). Live receives **sends 1 to 4** on channels **58 to 61** (this can be adjusted, ref. 4D Engine XML setup).
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 The instant is a preset management system that allows to store device settings, and recall them from a Live clip or with a midi note. For an extensive explanation of the instant see the [[:​4d_instant_guide|4D Instant Guide]]. Here we treat only the functions on this particular device tab. The instant is a preset management system that allows to store device settings, and recall them from a Live clip or with a midi note. For an extensive explanation of the instant see the [[:​4d_instant_guide|4D Instant Guide]]. Here we treat only the functions on this particular device tab.
  
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 This tab is mainly used by developers for debugging. It is also useful for user reports. This tab is mainly used by developers for debugging. It is also useful for user reports.
  
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 |**OSC enable:**| enables/​disables OSC output for the device.|\\ |**OSC enable:**| enables/​disables OSC output for the device.|\\