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Samplitude 11 Producer....phase invert?

Discussion in 'Samplitude' started by moles, Aug 29, 2011.

  1. moles

    moles Active Member

    Am I nuts, or is there no way to invert the phase of a track in Samp11 Producer?

    I upgraded from Samplitude 10SE awhile back, to 11 Producer version. I was pretty happy with 10, but the every so often I'd hit a limitation with the number of plugins I was able to use, etc. I'm a little surprised that my "upgrade" somehow has lost me that function...
  2. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    I'm hoping 12 coming next month will be a big improvement. I'm having a lot of issues since I moved to 64bit.
    I'm on my laptop without the codemeter so I can't load Samplitude/Sequoia to help you other than to quote Benjamin Mass " right click on the pan and flip phase for both right and left sides".
  3. moles

    moles Active Member

    Thanks for the suggestion.
    I took a look there again to see if I'd just missed it before...that option only comes up on the master fader Stereo Enhancer. No phase options at track level...that I can see, anyway.
    It seems completely weird to me to have all the 5.1 surround options in this version, and no polarity inversion. I found a couple of freeware plugs to try out - I didn't want to have to resort to that, but I think I'll live. ;)
  4. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    Hi moles,

    I'm back in the studio. Do you not have a phase invert button right beside your pan and each track? Mine is there in Sequoia. I'm thinking Samplitude is the same. I see the button in this tutorial
  5. moles

    moles Active Member

    I did some poking around the Magix site this afternoon and looked at the screenshots - the phase button was right where I remember it from 10 and from the 11 demo. It's simply not there in Producer. There are a few other things missing too that I've found in my research this afternoon (side-chaining in the eFX Compressor - which is a function it definitely has in the other versions, a Mono button on the master bus...etc...) Maybe enough is missing to just spring for the upgrade to Samplitude (whatever they call the "standard" edition). I'm only a week into the first couple of projects that I'm recording with it, so this will be a good chance to see if I need to spend the cash or can deal with how it is.
    Thanks again for checking :)
  6. bouldersound

    bouldersound Real guitars are for old people. Well-Known Member

    The pedant says: You mean polarity, right? You can't invert phase. They are different and it matters.
  7. moles

    moles Active Member

    :D Yeah yeah...I know... I got it right once at least:


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