zita-bls1(1) JACK binaural stereo signals converter


BLS1 is an 'binaural stereo signals converter', normally used to convert binaural stereo signals into a 'normal' stereo signal suitable for reproduction using a convential stereo speaker pair.

BLS1 is a digital realisation of the 'Blumlein Shuffler', invented by Alan Blumlen in the early 1930s and analysed in detail by Michael Gerzon in a paper presented at the 1993 AES Convention in San Francisco.

BLS1 is connecting to Jack Audio Connection Kit.


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-s <server>
JACK server name
-g <geometry>
Window position


zita-bls1 was written by Fons Adriaensen <[email protected]>.

This manual page was written by Jaromír Mikeš <[email protected]> for the Debian project (but may be used by others).