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Pan channels on a FP-10 without using a DAW?
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davidsmyth
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Hey there,

Sorry if this post is in the wrong sub-forum, but questions about the now discontinued FP-10 don't appear to specifically fit in any sub-forum.

I'm using a discontinued FP-10 and some stereo pianos/synthesizers. For these stereo instruments, I would like to pan their two channels left and right respectively so that I can play through my studio monitors (hooked up to the FP-10) with the full stereo effect. I am aware that I could pan channels by recording/monitoring the channels through my DAW (Ableton Live 9), but I would like to play/muck around with my synths etc. in stereo without having to use Ableton.

Is there an easy way to pan FP-10 channels left/right without using a DAW?

Thanks!

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David Smyth
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Is there an easy way to pan FP-10 channels left/right without using a DAW?


No. If you're not willing to use software than AFAIK you'd need to use a hardware mixing board
with your FP10 to achieve this.

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davidsmyth
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Thanks for the response!

I just thought I'd check if there was something simple I was missing. I guess I should just open up Ableton when I want to play - and maybe this will encourage me to record more jams/ideas!

Thanks again,

David.
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PC'S: HP XW6000 Dual 3.2GHz Intel Xeon Processors, 8GB RAM WinXP SP2
HP 6005 Pro AMD Athalon X2 B24 3.0Ghz Processor, 4GB RAM Win8 Pro
HP Compaq NC6320 Laptop Intel Core2Duo 2.0Ghz Processor 3GB RAM Win7 Ult
Dell Latitude E4310 Laptop Intel i5 2.67Ghz Processor 4GB RAM Win7 Pro x32

Audio Interfaces: Terratec EWS88MT PCI (2), Audiobox 1818VSL USB & FP10 Firewire, Steinberg MI4 USB, Line 6 Toneport GX & PodXT, Roland GS-10, NI Rig Kontrol 3

Monitors: Yamaha HS50M's

DAWS/VST Hosts: S1 Professional, Plogue Bidule, Xlutop Chainer, Sieb VSTHost & Savihost

Hardware Synthesizers: Roland SH-32 & XV-3080 RedSound Darkstar XP2, Novation X-Station, Yamaha AN200, M-Audio Venom

Hardware Controllers: JL Cooper CS-10 Control Surface, Yamaha EZ-EG, Dillion Les Paul style acoustic electric guitar with Roland GK-3 pickup and GI-20 converter.

The Rest: Guitars, Amps, Stompboxes, Mics, Outboard Gear, VST plugins...too much to list!
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