Some ongoing projects

Bass cabinets
Some additional projects are ongoing; first out is a minor adjustment of CabOne with the intension to turn this plugin into a more dedicated bass cabinet version. Some of the parameters are slightly adjusted to focus more on the low end response, so this version will be based on a larger speaker and cabinet set-up. Also, a new room response model will be used for this plugin. 

Voices in my head
The plugin, Voices in my head,  is offering an easy way to distribute vocals (or any other materials) in a small room with respect to a stationary receiver. This version is based on a simple alteration of the acoustic far field model used in CabOne. A few parameters are implemented for controlling the placement and the acoustic properties. A boost parameter is also added for some, non-physical based alterations of the sound.
Below is a nonsense track simply based on a repeated sentence, showing a way to use Voices in my head to distribute several vocal tracks in a mix. A snapshot of the present GUI is also shown.

The, in-face, placement of the drums in this simple mix is handled by a newly developed plugin based on the same theme. The ide here is to, acoustically, isolate the individual parts in a drum kit (snare, hats kick etc.) and find the acoustic relation to a stationary listener. In this beta-version a 10-piece kit is modelled using a standard, spatial, distribution of the individual components. An option in this drum plugin is the possibility to rotate the complete kit to the left or right in the mix, for an off-set from the classic placement of drums.

Plate reverbs
This project is focusing on a classic plate reverb and the possibility to calculate the corresponding responses. Plate reverb is, in this modelling context, about monitoring travelling displacement waves, or more correctly, the corresponding velocity field, which then will produce a reverb sound.  
A similar modelling concept as for the cabinet plugin will be adopted, and we can easily list many different plate reverb parameters effecting the calculated fields and the frequency content. But to reduce the complexity of the model and to keep it simple, only a few parameters will be implemented. The following plate variables are chosen, size, shape, material, total mass and output location (distance to the input source). The intention is that the Periodic Plates will be available as a try-if-you-like version if the calculated reverb responses turn out to behave.

Below is a snapshot showing the present plugins in an evaluation session. The two short SoundCloud tracks are using CabOne, BassCab and Periodic Plates.