TRAVELER accurately simulates the acoustic phenomenon of the Doppler effect with a powerful and intuitive graphical path editor to determine the virtual movement of sound. A typical example of a Doppler shift is a change in pitch heard when the vehicle approaches a sound signal and moves away from the observer.
TRAVELER has a full-fledged editor of 2D-trajectories, allowing you to accurately form the trajectory of the sound source. Next, you can freely position the listener relative to the path.
TRAVELER offers an intuitive control of the speed of the sound source, the path length and the total duration of the Doppler path.
TRAVELER also comes with a built-in loop and granular sample player. A granular sample player allows you to synchronize playback with the Doppler path. This allows you to play the desired sound effect with different durations, while maintaining everything in perfect synchronization.