Panning in Wavelab

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Manxie
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Panning in Wavelab

Post by Manxie » Thu May 31, 2018 8:41 pm

Simple question -
I'm using Wavelab Pro and have two mono tracks which I want to pan left and right but then want to change that panning as the clips play (so that the sound of an arrow moves quickly from left to right). How is this simple effect done? I can't find any mention of panning anywhere on Wavelab Pro. I can't believe that a sophisticated program like this doesn't have a pan feature!

Can someone please advise.

Thanks.

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Re: Panning in Wavelab

Post by Justin P » Thu May 31, 2018 9:42 pm

Manxie wrote:
Thu May 31, 2018 8:41 pm
Simple question -
I'm using Wavelab Pro and have two mono tracks which I want to pan left and right but then want to change that panning as the clips play (so that the sound of an arrow moves quickly from left to right). How is this simple effect done? I can't find any mention of panning anywhere on Wavelab Pro. I can't believe that a sophisticated program like this doesn't have a pan feature!

Can someone please advise.

Thanks.
There is a panning feature in the audio montage. You can pan entire clips globally, or you can display the panning envelope on the audio clips to automate the panning throughout the piece as you would in any other DAW.

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