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Old 01-17-2024, 04:11 PM
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Default I know that the integrated renderer is not the DAR but...

But:

-Make possible to use the Dolby binaural plugin to control the binaural settings. Having to open the I/O setup and get playback interrupted each time you want to change a binaural setting for an Object or bed channel is not productive at all. It sucks!

-What about being able to use the Dolby panner? I miss the sequencer on it!

-Being able to load a Dolby PHRTF would be handy too...

Thanks.
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