Ever needed to recreate the Doppler effect as an object passes you? Tonsturm has released a plug-in called Traveler that has been designed to produce that unique Doppler effect using a graphical path editor in the GUI to enable a sound’s virtual movement, but that is just the start...
This sound design tutorial from Tonsturm covers different techniques and workflows and you be able to see the powerful plug-in Traveler in action.
It precisely models the acoustic phenomenon of the Doppler effect, with a powerful and intuitive graphical path editor to determine a sound's virtual movement. A common example of Doppler shift is the change of pitch heard when a vehicle sounding a horn approaches and recedes from an observer.
Traveler features a fully fledged 2D path editor allowing you to precisely shape the motion path of the sound source. Further it is possible to freely position the listener in relation to the path.
It offers intuitive control over the speed of the sound source, path length and the overall doppler path duration.
Traveler also comes with an onboard loop and granular sample player. The granular sample player allows synchronized playback to the doppler path. This makes it possible to playback the desired sound effect at different durations while remaining everything in perfect sync.