[LAU] Multiface panning

Mark Knecht markknecht at gmail.com
Sat Feb 16 13:01:35 EST 2008

I Cannot speak to the MultiFace II specifically but on my HDSP9652 in
the upper and middle rows I pan all my odd channels hard left and all
my even channels hard right. My outputs are legion, headphones on
A3-5/6, mid-grade speaker set 1 on A3-7/8 and studio monitors on
SP-L/R. I can pan hard left by taking an even channel and pushing it
left, and hard right by taking an odd channel and pushing it right.
Work for me.

There could be issues, I suppose, with the MF-II that don't shw up in
the HDSP. wouldn't know about that. sorry.

Hope this helps,

On Feb 16, 2008 9:09 AM, Brett McCoy <idragosani at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have another question about the Multiface II -- it's all setup,
> works perfectly without any configuration on my part, using
> PlanetCCRMA on Fedora 7, but the L/R panning seems a bit strange (the
> same machine dual boots to Windows, and the issue is there also).
> Everything is at default settings, when I pan things hard left,
> everything is panned hard left as expected. When I pan hard right, I
> don't get hard right audio, everything seems to be 'in the middle'
> (mono) but still playing through both monitors. I have the Multiface
> outputs 1 & 2 going into my S/W which goes to each monitor (M-Audio
> monitors). I see this issue regardless of what application I am using,
> and using the TotalMix tool also, I can't seem to get anything to pan
> hard right.
> (BTW, Joe, the dead 1010 is on its way)
> -- Brett
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