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Gateway2011
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I've been using the flux stereo tool
but if it was already on the channel it would save me cpu from having to load one on every stereo channel
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Gateway2011 wrote:I've been using the flux stereo tool
but if it was already on the channel it would save me cpu from having to load one on every stereo channel


Or would cost you a little extra on each channel that you weren't actually using it on
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Yep. All I am saying it is a workflow thing for me. If it was already there(like say in v2) it would be awesome
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Mixes sound alot wider and more open when using this method of pan vs. typical, just my 2cts.
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bobbybland wrote:Mixes sound alot wider and more open when using this method of pan vs. typical, just my 2cts.


My feeling is that that is probably due to pan law. But I don't really know this of course.
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Motoko wrote:
bobbybland wrote:Mixes sound alot wider and more open when using this method of pan vs. typical, just my 2cts.


My feeling is that that is probably due to pan law. But I don't really know this of course.


I agree, and hope Presonus adds this as an option for the v2 mixer.
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Randy Porter
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One of the main benefits of dual pan pots is to be able to pan something at, say, 10:00 and 2:00 (clockface) or similar. Or maybe you want the right side panned all the way right and the left side panned at 11:00. Plus, with separate controls, you can sweep the pans on both sides, which comes in handy for special effects, etc. I suggested it to the developers about a year ago.
 
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