Question about panning
i have started reading The Mixing Engineer's Handbook and in chapter four i've found a problem which i don't understand it. Will write down the specific context maybe it'll be more clear to you. " So important elements like that i keep up in the middle or maybe like at 10:30 and 1:30" - DAvid Sussman about panning in dance music. What does he mean by 10:30 or 1:30 ? Is he saying that the center of a panometer is 12 ?
Inputs pls !
That's right, he's using a clock reference where the center is 12:00.
7:00 would be panned hard (all the way) to the left
5:00 would be panned hard (all the way) to the right
10:30 and 1:30 would be a little out of center, but not too far.
Of course no that makes any sense if your panoramic potentiometer has center at the six o'clock position.
NOW is the center - 3 DB down? Or, - 4.5? 6.0? No center loss? It's one thing to place a sound it's another to create motion. And a lot has to do whether you want to be mono compatible or not?
Fun with panoramic potentiometers
Mx Remy Ann David
I think Remy needs a joystick.
It costs a lot of money to get rid of joysticks and even more money to try and obtain them.
Make mine pot based
Mx. Remy Ann David
I get as much or more out of Remy's little nuggets than I do from anything else - be it knowledge or entertainment - or usually both!
Seriously Pharaoh, study her words. They may seem nonsense at first, but you'll find great insight if you look closely.