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{newbie} delta 1010lt panning

Discussion in 'Computing' started by recordjunkiehtx, Mar 29, 2010.

  1. recordjunkiehtx

    recordjunkiehtx Active Member

    ok i bought a delta 1010 lt 8 mono ins and outs ive got a dynamic mic plugged into mic 1 of the delta and speakers pluged into 1/2 out of the delta.i want to pan my vocals to left or right on recordings but if i hard left i hear nothing hard right i can hear playback but the volume just lowers down i have no mixer or pre-amp just speakers,headphones,dynamic mic,magix music studio software,what do i need to do or buy to pan vocals hard right or left? please be specific on what to buy? thk for help
     
  2. Boswell

    Boswell Moderator Distinguished Member

    I don't think this has anything to do with the Delta 1010LT or your microphone, rather with the way you are operating your DAW software. I am not familiar with "Magic Music Studio", but you need to create a MONO track for the microphone channel. You should be able to pan the mono track to any position between hard left and hard right. From your description, it sounds as though you have created a stereo track and are only recording to the right channel.

    Capital letters at the start of sentences and use of other punctuation really do make posts easier to read!
     
  3. recordjunkiehtx

    recordjunkiehtx Active Member

    I set my recording track to record on mono and when i pan left or right I could still hear it in both earphones/speakers.
     
  4. TheJackAttack

    TheJackAttack Distinguished Member

    I don't have a 1010 so I am not familiar with the GUI. Is the stereo master bus assigned as mono or stereo? That will be separate to the mic input track.
     

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