An implementation of Distance-Based Amplitude Panning as published by Trond Lossius, 2009.
A speaker within the DBAP space calculation.
An iterator yielding the gain for each given speaker, given their weights and distance from the source position.
Scalar values compatible with the DBAP algorithm, used to represent distances, coefficients, weights, etc.
A coefficient calculated from the rolloff
The same as a regular distance function but applies a subtle
The relative amplitude for a speaker where:
The default scalar type used to represent the space.