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## VA ## VA (Virtual Acoustics)
VA is the acronym for Virtual Acoustics, the generation of sound based on computation, simulation and reproduction. VA is the acronym for Virtual Acoustics, the generation of sound based on computation, simulation and reproduction.
The main goal is to support those who want to create and design audio-visual Virtual Reality. The main goal is to support those who want to create and design audio-visual Virtual Reality.
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In general, the VA interface and all binding libraries, wrappers and marshallers are licensed under the [Apache License, Version 2.0](http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0). In general, the VA interface and all binding libraries, wrappers and marshallers are licensed under the [Apache License, Version 2.0](http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0).
**The core functionality (VACore), on the other hand, is copyright protected. Any usage and distribution is prohibited, unless explicitly granted by the authors. **The core functionality (VACore), on the other hand, is copyright protected. Any usage and distribution is prohibited, unless explicitly granted by the authors.
Also, every add-on, plugin, renderer or reproduction that include third-party libraries may have different licenses.** Also, every add-on, plugin, renderer or reproduction that include third-party libraries may have different license.**
> For more information, read the LICENSE.md file in the respective submodule folders and take into consideration the third-party libraries used. > For more information, read the LICENSE.md file in the respective submodule folders and take into consideration the third-party libraries used.
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Now make your changes, add, commit and push from this location as usual. Now make your changes, add, commit and push from this location as usual.
For convenience, GIT also provides a batch command that performs the call for each submodule:
`git submodule foreach git checkout master`
#### Switching to a specific version #### Switching to a specific version
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