pat38 wrote:unless some one here proves that wrong... Because personnally I'd love to be able to use the panner on mono tracks above all ...
Thks for all the replies/inputs so far...
Let's petition for a mono track nebula panner
I think that won't be possible because that's your DAW's configuration, in most popular hosts, like Logic in your case, there are differences between mono and stereo tracks, their outputs are basically different and that's why panning with a plug-in (any plug-in) in mono tracks won't work at all. Reaper doesn't have this old and rusted paradigmas of buses/aux or mono/stereo tracks, there are tracks and that's it
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farjedi wrote:For a true emulation of a console panner, wouldn't you have to use 2 panners for a stereo track..one for left and one for right?..
Most console channel inputs are MONO. The idea would be to bring the stereo 2-trk up on 2 mono faders with a 'panner' inserted on each.
Using a DAW, the routing can be somewhat different [depending on the app].
This is a major issue I deal with in mastering !
My hope was that the ddmf Metaplug, which can virtually split a stereo track into separate L/R streams, can then be routed to various NEB's in a true 'hardware' emulation. Unfortunately, there is an elusive bug in Metaplug that alters the samplerate of Neb [i.e.: from 44.1k -> 16k]
I've started to test another plug, Bidule, which can do similar things.
As I've stated in another thread ... the improvement using separate L/R processing is well worth the doubled processing power required.
We need Metaplug fixed ... please let the developer know we need this tool.