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Bauer stereophonic-to-binaural DSP library development files

The Bauer stereophonic-to-binaural DSP (bs2b) is designed to improve headphone listening of stereo audio records.

Typical stereo recordings are made for listening with speakers. What's missing in headphones is the sound going from each channel to the opposite ear, arriving a short time later for the extra distance traveled, and with a bit of high frequency roll-off for the shadowing effect of the head. The time delay to the far ear should also be somewhat longer at low frequencies than at high frequencies. bs2b implements both of these ideas to transform stereophonic recordings for headphone listening.

This package contains the files needed to build packages linking against libbs2b.

Package version:3.1.0+dfsg-2


libbs2b (3.1.0+dfsg-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Update debian/rules so get-orig-source deletes subdirectories of win32/
  * Correct messy entries in copyright
  * Fix bad Vcs-* links

 -- Andrew Gainer <>  Mon, 25 Jul 2011 13:40:32 -0400

libbs2b (3.1.0+dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Initial release. (Closes: #634993)

 -- Andrew Gainer <>  Thu, 


2009-05-26 Boris Mikhaylov <>


	* bs2bconvert/bs2bstream - add switch of crossfeed level
	by feed level and cut frequency.
	* Win32 library of libsndfile v1.0.19 migrated to v1.0.20.
	* Fixed for higher compile warning level.
	* Extended cut frequency set from [300..1000] to [300..2000] Hz
	* Apply compile fix patch for FreeBSD
	by Diego Elio Petteno (


Upstream-Name: libbs2b

Files: *
Copyright: Copyright 2009 Boris Mikhaylov <>
License: GPL-2+

Files: debian/*
Copyright: Copyright 2011 Andrew Gainer <>
License: GPL-3+

Files: m4/pkg.m4
Copyright: Copyright 2004 S

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