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Element: elevation

Description

The elevation and pan elements allow placing of sound in a 3-D space relative to the listener. Both are expressed in degrees ranging from -180 to 180. For elevation, 0 is level with the listener, 90 is directly above, and -90 is directly below.

Derived By

Type rotation-degrees

Restrictions
  • The value must be greater than or equal to -180.

  • The value must be less than or equal to 180.

Referenced By
Example
    <score-part id="P1">
      <part-name>Flute 1</part-name>
      <part-abbreviation>Fl. 1</part-abbreviation>
      <score-instrument id="P1-I1">
        <instrument-name>ARIA Player</instrument-name>
        <virtual-instrument>
          <virtual-library>Garritan Instruments for Finale</virtual-library>
          <virtual-name>001. Woodwinds/1. Flutes/Flute Plr1</virtual-name>
        </virtual-instrument>
      </score-instrument>
      <midi-device>Bank 1</midi-device>
        <midi-instrument id="P1-I1">
        <midi-channel>1</midi-channel>
        <midi-program>1</midi-program>
        <volume>80</volume>
        <pan>-70</pan>
        <elevation>80</elevation>
      </midi-instrument>
    </score-part>
Definition

See midi-instrument

 

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