This is a Bidule plugin for HRTF spatial positioning. It is based on the MIT Kemar HRTF set, and more specifically on the “compact” data sets, which are trimmed to 128 taps at 44100Hz, from the the complete set of 512 taps. The plugin has three parameters, azimuth, elevation, and data set, which allows you to switch between the normal compact HRTF set, and the diffused compact set.
It is based on two libraries: Kiss FFT for the fast convolution, and mit-hrtf-lib which is a C library I have written that wraps the entire MIT Kemar HRTF compact set. This library will probably be soon made available with an open source license. While I wrote the mit_hrtf_lib library and this plugin, all the HRTF data itself is thanks to the work done at MIT by Bill Gardner and Keith Martin.
Supported sample rates: 44100, 48000, 88200, 96000 Hz.
Last update: 25/12/14 – Mac download no longer supports PowerPC version, but adds both 32 and 64 bit Intel support.