pat38 wrote:slider in the negative values : volume increase slider in the positive values : volume decrease
This shouldn't happen at all. AlexB's panners (both -3.0dB and -4.5dB), should act just like your DAW's panners with a subtle difference in dimension and depth. They're not designed for stereo tracks only, actually they should be used in mono tracks just like in real consoles (let's remember 98% of consoles have MONO channels, not stereo so these panners should behave like those pan pots in consoles' channels). Sorry for these obvious and maybe dumb questions but, did you check your monitoring system? Is it correctly calibrated? Is your Master track set up properly? Aren't you monitoring in mono? (though this last question shouldn't really matter because you're experiencing a change in volume which shouldn't happen because a -3.0 pan law shouldn't change levels, perceptually). I'd go to both folders, "Programs" and "Vectors", and locate "ALEXB_PAP30.N2P" and "ALEXB_PAP30.N2V" files, respectively. Remove them and install this library again. I don't have this -3.0dB panner because I just own the CLC which brings a -4.5dB panner but there shouldn't be any difference in their behaviors besides the fact of the pan law used.
NOTE: DAW's pan law should be set to 0.0dB when AlexB's panners are inserted in tracks to avoid doubling the pan law.
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AlexB wrote:I don't want an XP vs Vista war, but IMHO:
64bit is the future but if the software isn't good, I still in the present... I use my time to work, not to solve Microsoft problems in my system. Since my system works why upgrade to the problems ? When loaded my audio tuned Win-XP32 only takes 130Mb RAM and 0-1% CPU... With tuned Win7-64 it takes over 1Gb and 5% CPU... I don't like the workflow, graphics, and much more...
I can disagree on that.
I was a hardcore XP user for ages, and i just switched to Win7 recently (i even managed to make a dual boot, so if i hate win7 i can go back to my XP) The reason i really wanted to switch, is because of nebula programs taking so much RAM. XP couldnt go further the 1.8 Gb line. Nebula instances just stopped loading. ANd i ran into this problem almost in every project.
So enter win7 64 bit. My daw is not even 64 bit, but since win7 is, it can give the host almost 3 gigs of memory. That is just enough so i never ever run into memory problems ever since. Also i installed my soundcard and everything with zero problems (so far) I only hated to reset every new 'features' (* i hate microsoft) to classic mode, cause hey are so utterly useless. But after 2 days of tweaking, my win7 works almost the same as my trusty XP.
It's true that it takes up 700Mb of RAM just to run. (and 0 cpu, im not sure what are you talking about with the 5%?) but as i said, it totally worth it if you want more ram.