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#N canvas 95 333 792 481 10;
#X text 22 149 In two dimensions \, only specify the azimuth. (for
example "define_loudspeakers 2 -45 45 0 180";
#X obj 48 228 define_loudspeakers 3 -45 0 45 0 0 45 180 45;
#X msg 48 207 bang;
#X obj 148 280 define_loudspeakers 2 -45 45 0 180;
#X obj 112 322 vbap 0 0;
#X text 23 19 [define_loudspeakers] works with;
#X obj 255 19 vbap;
#X text 18 50 Use [define_loudspeakers] to list the speaker positions.
The example here defines loudspeakers in three dimensions (the first
parameter). For each speaker \, define its azimuth and elevation. Here
we have speakers front left and right with no elevation (-45 0 45 0)
and front and back with 45 degrees of elevation (0 45 180 45). Send
the data to:;
#X text 36 355 (see [vbap] for more details);
#X msg 410 336 ls-directions 3 -30 0 30 0 -90 0 90 0 0 0 -150 0 150
0 180 45 -45 45 45 45;
#X msg 399 273 ls-triplets 1 2 7 2 7 8 1 3 7;
#X obj 399 418 define_loudspeakers 2 -40 0 40 80 130 180 -130 -80;
#X text 395 228 If you are not happy with triangle selections of define_loudspeakers
\, you can define your own. (for experts only);
#X text 415 383 2-D setup -> only loudspeaker azimuths specified:;
#X text 414 398 (2 azi1 azi2 azi3 azi4...);
#X text 411 302 3-D setup -> (azimuth elevation) pairs are specified:
;
#X text 411 317 (3 azi1 ele1 azi2 ele2 ...);
#X msg 148 259 bang;
#X text 190 259 a 2D setup;
#X text 93 212 a 3D setup;
#X connect 1 0 4 0;
#X connect 2 0 1 0;
#X connect 3 0 4 0;
#X connect 9 0 11 0;
#X connect 10 0 11 0;
#X connect 17 0 3 0;