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<p>The documentation section offers a deeper insight into the principles of our approach, the design concept and implementation details. It is intended to address scientists who are looking for a profound description of VA, professionals of virtual acoustics who are interested in the details of concepts and software developer who are evaluating the deployment of VA.<br />
For all others, the <a href="overview.html">overview page</a> and the <a href="start.html">getting stated section</a> should be first point of contact.</p>
<h3>The Virtual Acoustics framework</h3>
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<h3>Preface</h3>
<p>Virtual Acoustics is a mighty tool for auralization and sound reproduction. Although the overall design goal is always to keep things as simple as possible, some circumstances do not allow further simplicity because they are complex by nature. Because VA addresses professionals and is mainly used by scientists, important features are never traded for convenience if the system's integrity is at stake. Hence, getting everything out of VA will require profound understanding of the technologies involved. It is designed to offer highest flexibility, which comes at the price that configuring VA is not trivial, especially when loudspeaker-based sound playback should be included. <br /><br />
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If you are reading this, you are probably interested in how to use VA for your audio setup. The following sections will describe how you can tell VA what you demand from the very beginning.
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<h3>Virtual Acoustics configuration</h3>
<p>VA can be configured using a section-based key-value parameter collection that is passed to the core instance at initialization. This is usually done by providing a path to a text-based INI file which will be referred to as <code>VACore.ini</code>, but can be of arbitrary name. If you use the <code>VAServer</code> application, you will work with this file only. If you use the <code>Redstart</code> GUI application, you will probably never use it, but the INI file can be exported from a Redstart session, in case you need it.
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