Achieving Ambisonics With Reaper

The latest addition to this site is a user-guide for using WigWare plug-ins and Reaper DAW software. Continual development of the document will occur over the next week or so, so any comments via email would be appreciated. Major revisions of either the plug-ins or Reaper will also be included.

There is also a template that should match the end result of following the guide included for download.

Ambisonics in Reaper Document
Reaper Template

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  1. Posted April 1, 2012 at 17:58 | Permalink

    You might also want to take a look at The Ambisonic Toolkit, which is also for Reaper.

    *Edit – The VST set I couldn’t find at that URL, so perhaps it’s coming or has been removed. I certainly didn’t see JA make any mention of a new iteration at the AES25 conference when he did a demo.

  2. Posted October 5, 2012 at 12:21 | Permalink

    As Martin mentions, you may want to have a look at the Ambisonic Toolkit ( At the moment we’re focusing on the SuperCollider ( platform.

    The ATK has been used across a large number of production work in its VST version. This is what we had running in the Ambisonic Studio at the University of Hull (

    Our next big goal with the ATK is to get the HOA infrastructure working. At the moment, ATK is 1st order only—but very well featured! The idea is to include more or less anything one could want to do with Ambisonics. (Yes its a challenge!)

    Here’s a link to the manual (50+ pages):

    And the library browser:

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