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How to Pan Reverse Cymbal
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horahack
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I would like to pan the reverse cymbal in the Presence Impact Browser, so it moves from left to right during the actual cymbal strike.. So the SHOOP starts left and ends right. Does anone know if this is possible in S-1 Artist?

The closest I've been able to come to this is by duplicating the reverse cymbal track, then changing the delay in the inspector tool to a very small delay, like 0.5 on one track and -0.5 on the other and setting the pan left and right oppisite on the two tracks. This is close to the sound I'm looking for, but not quite. It still lacks the movement I want. I'm trying for that left to right, through the head kind of stereo movement on headphones.

Also, are there any other reverse instruments or reverse instrument FX avalible in this software? Such as reversing guitar tracks. Or do I have to go to Abby Road Studio for that

Thanks

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sirmonkey
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Why not use pan automation?
Kiwicomposer
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sirmonkey wrote:Why not use pan automation?



yeah, automating the PAN knob on Impact seems a very logical option.
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mortenkc
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You can create a mixdown of it and import it to impact afterwards? I would also first make an automation pan in a stereo reverse cymbal. cool idea
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horahack
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Thanks, guys. Worked perfectly. Reverse cymbal is now shooping right to left and we're playing around with a cover on Floyd's Another Brick in the Wall. Helicopter is now flying through headphones nicely left to right.

Can't wait to use this on something serious.

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