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Cableguys updates PanCake 2 – free panning plugin
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Joined: 09/11/2011 00:16:29
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Location: Somewhere north of Manchester UK

PanCake is an innovative plugin that allows you to create flexible pan modulations.

Key Features
Free, and available for both PC and Mac.
Creative modulation tool: Create complex pan modulations with ease.
Unique waveform drawing capabilities: Construct your own modulation curves in a very intuitive manner. Waveforms can be easily drawn using soft or hard control points, thus producing gentle transitions or sharp bends in the waveform.
Customized waveforms: Up to 10 customized waveforms can be stored.
LFO speed: LFO speed can be set free-running from 0.02 Hz to 5.24 kHz. It can also be set in rhythmic units synced to the host sequencer, from a fast 1/128 note modulation up to 32 bars.
Always in sync: The LFO will always stay in sync, even when you make tempo changes in your host software, or jump ahead to different parts of your track.
Complete parameter control via automation: Absolutely everything in PanCake can be automated. Even the shape of the modulating waveform can be automated. And if you want to use more than four modulation curves in a song, you can automate the plugin to switch between them.
New in version 2: A precise display of channel left/right volume for helpful visual control, an option to trigger the LFO via MIDI notes, a dry/wet control, plus a redesigned interface.

System Requirements:
Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8
VST or RTAS host sequencer
32- or 64-bit Mac:
2 GHz Intel CPU

Mac OS X 10.5 or later
VST, AU, or RTAS host sequencer
32- or 64-bit

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Joined: 01/02/2011 09:13:29
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Looks like something I'll have a go on.....
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Joined: 24/01/2013 01:48:24
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thnx phaser... i liked the autopan in fl studio for mild swells but it is only 32 bit and this works even better and 64 bit thanks again

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Joined: 21/11/2012 01:42:35
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Thanks Phazer.

64 bit!

The capabilities listed sound great.
I don't see an immediate need for it but I'm going to put it in my "toolbox" for later.
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