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pekenator 2013-01-19 22:12

Parity-panning
 
I'm trying to build a patch where every other note is panned hard right and left (for a "ping-pong" type panning).

My current approach is to use a Thor sequencer set to two steps controlling Curve 1 and triggering the sequencer Gate In (Trig) from a RPG-8 and then controlling the pan CV input of a Line Mixer input with the Curve 1 output. This does sort of work but causes ugly clicking since the sustain of each note is panned once a new note is triggered.

Is there some clever way of doing this while allowing each note to play out completely in the intended panning "mode"? I'm guessing I need to have one "left" and one "right" Thor going to 2 channels panned right and left but I can't figure out how to trigger them in a round-robin fashion.

/Pek

RXTX 2013-01-19 23:07

This is my solution for triggering two devices in a round-robin fashion:

https://www.propellerheads.se/forum/...8&postcount=11

Doesn't work for chords though.

Benedict 2013-01-19 23:53

You can either swap your sound to an NN-XT as it has this trick built in

or

if you need the sound to stay in Thorland then I would use Pulsar (or Pulveriser)with a square wave and turn turn up the Lag till the pops disappear. This "rounds off" the edges of the LFO waveform.

Other options (although more convoluted) are using things like the Quadelectrica CV modifier (free I think) or the the Combi from RXTT is a whole other take by having two instruments. This you also do by simply duplicating the instrument and track and deleting every second note for the ping pong.

Have fun

:)

pekenator 2013-01-21 21:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by RXTX (Post 1222694)
This is my solution for triggering two devices in a round-robin fashion:

https://www.propellerheads.se/forum/...8&postcount=11

Doesn't work for chords though.

Works like a charm. Thanks!

rVOLT 2013-01-21 21:21

Create Pulverizer, and use the spread feature,

or simply LFO your AMP PAN in thor and adjust the pan rate on the LFO



it wont be every other note but it will pan steady.


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