How to Use Binaural Panning in Logic Pro | Music Production | Sound Design | Berklee Online



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To get the full effect of binaural panning, you’ll definitely want to wear headphones for this video. In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the binaural panning features in Logic Pro. This tool offers a convolution with head-related transfer function (HRTF), which places the sound around your head in a three-dimensional way. Use binaural panning and instantly add realism to your film, TV, and video game scores and sound design elements.

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Jeff is a professor in Berklee’s Electronic Production and Design and the Music Production and Engineering Departments. A composer, audio engineer, educator and multi-instrumentalist, he has created scores for the ESPN, New England Sports Network (including music for the Bruins and Red Sox), Avid, Sony, Polaroid, Sharp, Reebok, Lotus, and others. He works primarily in his own facility, Coral Sea Music.

This video is excerpted from his Berklee Online course, Creative Digital Signal Processing (DSP) for Music and Visuals. Learn more:

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