New Pan Knob :)
Mertay
Oct 22 2018, 05:51 PM
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This new plug-in got a lot of attention cause its tech is actually very simple yet can be an amazing time saver.

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Kristofer Dahl
Oct 22 2018, 07:10 PM
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Did not really get the explanation video though, what does it do? I guess it keeps the frequencies below the crossover in the center, so the pan only affects frequencies above.

To replicate that I guess you would simply not pan quite as hard using normal panning.

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Oct 22 2018, 08:04 PM
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QUOTE (Kristofer Dahl @ Oct 22 2018, 06:10 PM) *
Did not really get the explanation video though, what does it do? I guess it keeps the frequencies below the crossover in the center, so the pan only affects frequencies above.

To replicate that I guess you would simply not pan quite as hard using normal panning.


Exactly, it has a widener feature as an extra (when panned more than %100) but thats not really recommended as a general use. I haven't tried it yet as such a plug-in needs to be tested in a rather dense mix but it makes sense to me overall as when mastering, often the low-end on the sides are cut anyway to give a better center bass feel as well as widen the stereo image without using widener plug-ins that mess with phase.

The most basic way to replicate it is to double a recorded track, place a crossover on both channels (set to same freq. point), solo the crossovers highs and pan while solo the crossover on the other channels low and keep it at the center.

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