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  • Quad panner

    I'm just in the process of setting up a quadraphonic
    speaker setup in my studio, and was wondering if
    it would be possible to create a quad panner in N3
    which would allow me to send various sequences to
    various outputs using the XY modules?
    Thanks for any suggestions.
    Scott

  • #2
    It shouldn't be too hard to do, depending on how many channels you need...

    Assuming you have a stereo signal in a stack, here's the outline of one possible solution:

    - Use a regular Pan&Vol module to pan your source signal left and right. Setup a ParamMod controlled by the "X" part of an XY pad to control this panner.
    - Feed the output of that into a pair of Monoizers, one to catch the left channel, the other to catch the right.
    - Send those two outputs to 2 more Pan&Vols -- one for left front/back, the other for right front/back. Setup a ParamMod so that both of these panners are controlled by the "Y" part of your XY Pad.
    - Route the outputs of the last two Pan&Vol modules to a pair of outputs, one pair left, one pair right.

    Cheers,
    Jim

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    • #3
      Thanks Jim, I'll give that a try!
      Cheers,
      Scott

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      • #4
        I set it up as you suggested and I can follow it up to the last step.
        How do I get more than 1 output out of a stack? I was going to
        attach my stack preset but I don't see how to do that.
        Thanks,
        Scott

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        • #5
          Try a couple of Audio Out-modules, from the Input/Output submenu?

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          • #6
            Thanks, Lut. I didn't know those existed.
            Best,
            Scott

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            • #7
              Powerful tools the Input/Output modules. Make things pretty modular

              Some jaw-dropping things to discover in this program all the time, gotta love it!

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              • #8
                Agreed. I wish I had more time to investigate all the
                ins and outs, but over time I have come to really
                appreciate all it's capabilities.
                Good work, Jim!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by rexlapin View Post
                  Agreed. I wish I had more time to investigate all the
                  ins and outs, but over time I have come to really
                  appreciate all it's capabilities.
                  Good work, Jim!
                  Thanks -- much appreciated! Also, sorry for the slow reply, been having some internet connection issues last day or so...

                  Cheers,
                  Jim

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