Lese has announced an update to the Transfer doppler effect plugin with binaural spatialization.

Version 1.2 features a new reflections processor. You can now switch between early and late reflections (or both) and a room model uses a multiband spectral reverb to change the simulated space’s materials and size to alter the reflections.

Early reflections are binaurally spatialized, and late reflections are processed in mono.

Other doppler plugins have confusing controls. Other spatialization plugins are unintuitive. Transfer handles both of these problems and packages them together, as it should be.

Taking advantage of ambisonic audio, Transfer handles the processes associated with both encoding and decoding of the sound internally, without having to mess around with a bunch of variables. Transfer keeps it dead simple; audio in, spatialized signal out.

Changes in Transfer v1.2

  • Added a reflection system.
  • Fixed stability issues on certain DAWs.
  • Improved certain GUI elements.
  • Internal optimizations.
  • Parameter handling improvements.
  • UX Improvements.

Transfer for Windows and Mac (VST3 and AU) is available to purchase for $35 USD. A free demo version is available to download.

More information: Lese