A demonstration of 3D panning will be a stand highlight for Merging Technologies at IBC2015.
Merging said the stand demo addresses post production for film and video using the various immersive sound formats, and also acknowledges the significant growth in live shows with multiple speaker arrays.
The company said feedback gained from customers has been incorporated in the final release of Pyramix 10, which is the first 64-bit only version for Windows 7 and 8.1. The previous Pyramix release concentrated on a new mixer layout and numerous new recording and post features, while Pyramix 10 builds on those changes, and further adds the new surround panning tool.
The changes to Pyramix are sufficiently major to prompt the company to overhaul the software packs offered and to make a number of changes to the pricing structure, which they are discussing on stand.
There is an expanded range of 64bit VS3 (and VST) plug-ins available now, including the recently announced Cedar for Pyramix 64, which Merging said was a major development from the original Cedar for Pyramix suite that has been available for more than ten years.
Cedar for Pyramix 64 offers the latest Cedar algorithms and user-interfaces but has sufficient familiarity with the prior version to be simple for operators to learn and derive maximum benefit from the new processes, claimed Merging.