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Posted 02 February 2018 - 21:41

3 PANNING POINTS

STRUCTURE 1 :

3 STATIC INSTRUMENTS :

Instrument 1 : 0 ( 0 ) [ hard left ]
Instrument 2 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]
Instrument 3 : 80 ( 128 ) [ hard right ]

STRUCTURE 2 :

2 INSTRUMENTS MOVING THROUGH A RANGE AND 1 INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 - 40 ( 0 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ]
Instrument 2 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]
Instrument 3 : 80 - 40 ( 128 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ]

STRUCTURE 3 :

1 STATIC INSTRUMENT WITH SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE PANNING POSITIONS AND 1 INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 ( 0 ) [ hard left ] AND 80 ( 128 ) [ hard right ]
Instrument 2 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]

STRUCTURE 4 :

1 INSTRUMENT MOVING THROUGH SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE PANNING RANGES AND 1 INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 - 40 ( 0 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ] AND 80 - 40 ( 128 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ]
Instrument 2 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]

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5 PANNING POINTS

STRUCTURE 1 :

5 STATIC INSTRUMENTS

Instrument 1 : 0 ( 0 ) [ hard left ]
Instrument 2 : 20 ( 32 )
Instrument 3 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]
Instrument 4 : 60 ( 96 )
Instrument 5 : 80 ( 128 ) [ hard right ]

STRUCTURE 2 :

4 INSTRUMENTS MOVING THROUGH A RANGE AND 1 STATIC INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 - 20 ( 0 - 32 ) [ range starts hard left ]
Instrument 2 : 20 - 40 ( 32 - 64 ) [ range ends centre ]
Instrument 3 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]
Instrument 4 : 60 - 40 ( 96 - 64 ) [ range ends centre ]
Instrument 5 : 80 - 60 ( 128 - 96 ) [range starts hard right ]

STRUCTURE 3 :

2 STATIC INSTRUMENTS WITH SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE PANNING POSITIONS AND 1 INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 ( 0 ) [ hard left ] AND 80 ( 128 ) [ hard right ]
Instrument 2 : 20 ( 32 ) AND  60 ( 96 )
Instrument 3 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]

STRUCTURE 4 :

2 INSTRUMENTS MOVING THROUGH SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE RANGES AND 1 INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 - 20 ( 0 - 32 ) [ range starts hard left ] AND 80 - 60 ( 128 - 96 ) [ range starts hard right ]
Instrument 2 : 20 - 40 ( 32 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ] AND 60 - 40 ( 96 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ]
Instrument 3 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]

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9 PANNING POINTS

STRUCTURE 1 :

9 STATIC INSTRUMENTS

Instrument 1 : 0 ( 0 ) [ hard left ]
Instrument 2 : 10 ( 16 )
Instrument 3 : 20 ( 32 )
Instrument 4 : 30 ( 48 )
Instrument 5 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]
Instrument 6 : 50 ( 80 )
Instrument 7 : 60 ( 96 )
Instrument 8 : 70 ( 112 )
Instrument 9 : 80 ( 128 ) [ hard right ]

STRUCTURE 2 :

8 INSTRUMENTS MOVING THROUGH A RANGE AND 1 INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 - 10 ( 0 - 16 ) [ range starts hard left ]
Instrument 2 : 10 - 20 ( 16 - 32 )
Instrument 3 : 20 - 30 ( 32 - 48 )
Instrument 4 : 30 - 40 ( 48 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ]
Instrument 5 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]
Instrument 6 : 50 - 40 ( 80 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ]
Instrument 7 : 60 - 50 ( 96 - 80 )
Instrument 8 : 70 - 60 ( 112 - 96 )
Instrument 9 : 80 - 70 ( 128 - 112 ) [ range starts hard right ]

STRUCTURE 3 :

4 STATIC INSTRUMENTS WITH SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE PANNING POSITIONS AND 1 INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 ( 0 ) [ hard left ] AND 80 ( 128 ) [ hard right ]
Instrument 2 : 10 ( 16 ) AND 70 ( 112 )
Instrument 3 : 20 ( 32 ) AND 60 ( 96 )
Instrument 4 : 30 ( 48 ) AND 50 ( 80 )
Instrument 5 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]

STRUCTURE 4 :

4 INSTRUMENTS MOVING THROUGH SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE RANGES AND 1 INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 - 10 ( 0 - 16 ) [ range starts hard left ] AND 80 - 70 ( 128 - 112 ) [ range starts hard right ]
Instrument 2 : 10 - 20 ( 16 - 32 ) AND 70 - 60 ( 112 - 96 )
Instrument 3 : 20 - 30 ( 32 - 48 ) AND 60 - 50 ( 96 - 80 )
Instrument 4 : 30 - 40 ( 48 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ] AND 50 - 40 ( 80 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ]
Instrument 5 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]

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17 PANNING POINTS

STRUCTURE 1 :

17 STATIC INSTRUMENTS

Instrument 1 : 0 ( 0 ) [ hard left ]
Instrument 2 : 8 ( 8 )
Instrument 3 : 10 ( 16 )
Instrument 4 : 18 ( 24 )
Instrument 5 : 20 ( 32 )
Instrument 6 : 28 ( 40 )
Instrument 7 : 30 ( 48 )
Instrument 8 : 38 ( 56 )
Instrument 9 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]
Instrument 10 : 48 ( 72 )
Instrument 11 : 50 ( 80 )
Instrument 12 : 58 ( 88 )
Instrument 13 : 60 ( 96 )
Instrument 14 : 68 ( 104 )
Instrument 15 : 70 ( 112 )
Instrument 16 : 78 ( 120 )
Instrument 17 : 80 ( 128 ) [ hard right ]

STRUCTURE 2 :

16 INSTRUMENTS MOVING THROUGH A RANGE AND 1 INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 - 8 ( 0 - 8 ) [ range starts hard left ]
Instrument 2 : 8 - 10 ( 8 - 16 )
Instrument 3 : 10 - 18 ( 16 - 24 )
Instrument 4 : 18 - 20 ( 24 - 32 )
Instrument 5 : 20 - 28 ( 32 - 40 )
Instrument 6 : 28 - 30 ( 40 - 48 )
Instrument 7 : 30 - 38 ( 48 - 56 )
Instrument 8 : 38 - 40 ( 56 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ]
Instrument 9 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]
Instrument 10 : 48 - 40 ( 72 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ]
Instrument 11 : 50 - 48 ( 80 -72 )
Instrument 12 : 58 - 50 ( 88 - 80 )
Instrument 13 : 60 - 58 ( 96 - 88 )
Instrument 14 : 68 - 60 ( 96 - 104 )
Instrument 15 : 70 - 68 ( 112 - 104 )
Instrument 16 : 78 - 70 ( 120 - 112 )
Instrument 17 : 80 -78 ( 128 - 120 ) [ range starts hard right ]

STRUCTURE 3 :

8 STATIC INSTRUMENTS WITH SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE PANNING POSITIONS AND 1 STATIC INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 ( 0 ) [ hard left ] AND 80 ( 128 ) [ hard right ]
Instrument 2 : 8 ( 8 ) AND 78 ( 120 )
Instrument 3 : 10 ( 16 ) AND 70 ( 112 )
Instrument 4 : 18 ( 24 ) AND 68 ( 104 )
Instrument 5 : 20 ( 32 ) AND 60 ( 96 )
Instrument 6 : 28 ( 40 ) AND 58 ( 88 )
Instrument 7 : 30 ( 48 ) AND 50 ( 80 )
Instrument 8 : 38 ( 56 ) AND 48 ( 72 )
Instrument 9 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]

STRUCTURE 4 :

8 INSTRUMENTS MOVING THROUGH SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE RANGES AND 1 STATIC INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 - 8 ( 0 - 8 ) [ range starts at hard left ] AND 80 - 78 ( 128 - 120 ) [ range starts hard right ]
Instrument 2 : 8 - 10 ( 8 - 16 ) AND 78 - 70 ( 112 - 104 )
Instrument 3 : 10 - 18 ( 16 - 24 ) AND 70 - 68 ( 112 - 104 )
Instrument 4 : 18 - 20 ( 24 - 32 ) AND 68 - 60 ( 104 - 96 )
Instrument 5 : 20 - 28 ( 32 - 40 ) AND 60 - 58 ( 96 - 88 )
Instrument 6 : 28 - 30 ( 40 - 48 ) AND 58 - 50 ( 88 - 80 )
Instrument 7 : 30 - 38 ( 48 - 56 ) AND 50 - 48 ( 80 - 72 )
Instrument 8 : 38 - 40 ( 56 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ] AND 48 - 40 ( 72 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ]
Instrument 9 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]

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33 PANNING POINTS

STRUCTURE 1 :

33 STATIC INSTRUMENTS :

Instrument 1 : 0 ( 0 ) [ hard left ]
Instrument 2 : 4 ( 4 )
Instrument 3 : 8 ( 8 )
Instrument 4 : C ( 12 )
Instrument 5 : 10 ( 16 )
Instrument 6 : 14 ( 20 )
Instrument 7 : 18 ( 24 )
Instrument 8 : 1C ( 28 )
Instrument 9 : 20 ( 32 )
Instrument 10 : 24 ( 36 )
Instrument 11 : 28 ( 40 )
Instrument 12 : 2C ( 44 )
Instrument 13 : 30 ( 48 )
Instrument 14 : 34 ( 52 )
Instrument 15 : 38 ( 56 )
Instrument 16 : 3C ( 60 )
Instrument 17 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]
Instrument 18 : 44 ( 68 )
Instrument 19 : 48 ( 72 )
Instrument 20 : 4C ( 76 )
Instrument 21 : 50 ( 80 )
Instrument 22 : 54 ( 84 )
Instrument 23 : 58 ( 88 )
Instrument 24 : 5C ( 92 )
Instrument 25 : 60 ( 96 )
Instrument 26 : 64 ( 100 )
Instrument 27 : 68 ( 104 )
Instrument 28 : 6C ( 108 )
Instrument 29 : 70 ( 112 )
Instrument 30 : 74 ( 116 )
Instrument 31 : 78 ( 120 )
Instrument 32 : 7C ( 124 )
Instrument 33 : 80 ( 128 ) [ hard right ]

STRUCTURE 2 :

32 INSTRUMENTS MOVING THROUGH A RANGE AND 1 INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 - 4 ( 0 - 4 ) [ range starts hard left ]
Instrument 2 : 4 - 8 ( 4 - 8 )
Instrument 3 : 8 - C ( 8 - 12 )
Instrument 4 : C - 10 ( 12 - 16 )
Instrument 5 : 10 - 14 ( 16 - 20 )
Instrument 6 : 14 - 18 ( 20 - 24 )
Instrument 7 : 18 - 1C ( 24 - 28 )
Instrument 8 : 1C - 20 ( 28 - 32 )
Instrument 9 : 20 - 24 ( 32 - 36 )
Instrument 10 : 24 - 28 ( 36 - 40 )
Instrument 11 : 28 - 2C ( 40 - 44 )
Instrument 12 : 2C - 30 ( 44 - 48 )
Instrument 13 : 30 - 34 ( 48 - 52 )
Instrument 14 : 34 - 38 ( 52 - 56 )
Instrument 15 : 38 - 3C ( 56 - 60 )
Instrument 16 : 3C - 40 ( 60 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ]
Instrument 17 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]
Instrument 18 : 44 - 40 ( 68 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ]
Instrument 19 : 48 - 44 ( 72 - 68 )
Instrument 20 : 4C - 48 ( 76 - 72 )
Instrument 21 : 50 - 4C ( 80 - 76 )
Instrument 22 : 54 - 50 ( 84 - 80 )
Instrument 23 : 58 - 54 ( 88 - 84 )
Instrument 24 : 5C - 58 ( 92 - 88 )
Instrument 25 : 60 - 5C ( 96 - 92 )
Instrument 26 : 64 - 60 ( 100 - 96 )
Instrument 27 : 68 - 64 ( 104 - 100 )
Instrument 28 : 6C - 68 ( 108 - 104 )
Instrument 29 : 70 - 6C ( 108 - 112 )
Instrument 30 : 74 - 70 ( 116 - 112 )
Instrument 31 : 78 - 74 ( 120 - 116 )
Instrument 32 : 7C - 78 ( 124 - 120 )
Instrument 33 : 80 - 7C ( 128 - 124 ) [ range starts at hard right ]

STRUCTURE 3 :

16 STATIC INSTRUMENTS WITH SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE PANNING POSITIONS AND 1 INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 ( 0 ) [ hard left ] AND 80 ( 128 ) [ hard right ]
Instrument 2 : 4 ( 4 ) AND 7C ( 124 )
Instrument 3 : 8 ( 8 ) AND 78 ( 120 )
Instrument 4 : C ( 12 ) AND 74 ( 116 )
Instrument 5 : 10 ( 16 ) AND 70 ( 112 )
Instrument 6 : 14 ( 20 ) AND 6C ( 108 )
Instrument 7 : 18 ( 24 ) AND 68 ( 104 )
Instrument 8 : 1C ( 28 ) AND 64 ( 100 )
Instrument 9 : 20 ( 32 ) AND 60 ( 96 )
Instrument 10 : 24 ( 36 ) AND 5C ( 92 )
Instrument 11 : 28 ( 40 ) AND 58 ( 88 )
Instrument 12 : 2C ( 44 ) AND 54 ( 84 )
Instrument 13 : 30 ( 48 ) AND 50 ( 80 )
Instrument 14 : 34 ( 52 ) AND 4C ( 76 )
Instrument 15 : 38 ( 56 ) AND 48 ( 72 )
Instrument 16 : 3C ( 60 ) AND 44 ( 68 )
Instrument 17 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]

STRUCTURE 4 :

16 INSTRUMENTS MOVING THROUGH SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE RANGES AND 1 STATIC INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 - 4 ( 0 - 4 ) [ range starts hard left ] AND 80 - 7C ( 128 - 124 ) [ range starts hard right ]
Instrument 2 : 4- 8 ( 4 - 8 ) AND 7C - 78 ( 124 - 120 )
Instrument 3 : 8 - C ( 8 - 12 ) AND 78 - 74 ( 120 - 116 )
Instrument 4 : C - 10 ( 12 - 16 ) AND 74 - 70 ( 116 - 112 )
Instrument 5 : 10 - 14 ( 16 - 20 ) AND 70 - 6C ( 112 - 108 )
Instrument 6 : 14 - 18 ( 20 - 24 ) AND 6C - 68 ( 108 - 104 )
Instrument 7 : 18 - 1C ( 24 - 28 ) AND 68 - 64 ( 104 - 100 )
Instrument 8 : 1C - 20 ( 28 - 32 ) AND 64 - 60 ( 100 - 96 )
Instrument 9 : 20 - 24 ( 32 - 36 ) AND 60 - 5C ( 96 - 92 )
Instrument 10 : 24 - 28 ( 36 - 40 ) AND 5C - 58 ( 92 - 88 )
Instrument 11 : 28 - 2C ( 40 - 44 ) AND 58 - 54 ( 88 - 84 )
Instrument 12 : 2C - 30 ( 44 - 48 ) AND 54 - 50 ( 84 - 80 )
Instrument 13 : 30 - 34 ( 48 - 52 ) AND 50 - 4C ( 80 - 76 )
Instrument 14 : 34 - 38 ( 52 - 56 ) AND 4C - 48 ( 76 - 72 )
Instrument 15 : 38 - 3C ( 56 - 60 ) AND 48 - 44 ( 72 - 68 )
Instrument 16 : 3C - 40 ( 60 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ] AND 44 - 40 ( 68 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ]
Instrument 17 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]

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65 PANNING POINTS

STRUCTURE 1 :

65 STATIC INSTRUMENTS

Instrument 1 : 0 ( 0 ) [ hard left ]
Instrument 2 : 2 ( 2 )
Instrument 3 : 4 ( 4 )
Instrument 4 : 6 ( 6 )
Instrument 5 : 8 ( 8 )
Instrument 6 : A ( 10 )
Instrument 7 : C ( 12 )
Instrument 8 : E ( 14 )
Instrument 9 : 10 ( 16 )
Instrument 10 : 12 ( 18 )
Instrument 11 : 14 ( 20 )
Instrument 12 : 16 ( 22 )
Instrument 13 : 18 ( 24 )
Instrument 14 : 1A ( 26 )
Instrument 15 : 1C ( 28 )
Instrument 16 : 1E ( 30 )
Instrument 17 : 20 ( 32 )
Instrument 18 : 22 ( 34 )
Instrument 19 : 24 ( 36 )
Instrument 20 : 26 ( 38 )
Instrument 21 : 28 ( 40 )
Instrument 22 : 2A ( 42 )
Instrument 23 : 2C ( 44 )
Instrument 24 : 2E ( 46 )
Instrument 25 : 30 ( 48 )
Instrument 26 : 32 ( 50 )
Instrument 27 : 34 ( 52 )
Instrument 28 : 36 ( 54 )
Instrument 29 : 38 ( 56 )
Instrument 30 : 3A ( 58 )
Instrument 31 : 3C ( 60 )
Instrument 32 : 3E ( 62 )
Instrument 33 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]
Instrument 34 : 42 ( 66 )
Instrument 35 : 44 ( 68 )
Instrument 36 : 46 ( 70 )
Instrument 37 : 48 ( 72 )
Instrument 38 : 4A ( 74 )
Instrument 39 : 4C ( 76 )
Instrument 40 : 4E ( 78 )
Instrument 41 : 50 ( 80 )
Instrument 42 : 52 ( 82 )
Instrument 43 : 54 ( 84 )
Instrument 44 : 56 ( 86 )
Instrument 45 : 58 ( 88 )
Instrument 46 : 5A ( 90 )
Instrument 47 : 5C ( 92 )
Instrument 48 : 5E ( 94 )
Instrument 49 : 60 ( 96 )
Instrument 50 : 62 ( 98 )
Instrument 51 : 64 ( 100 )
Instrument 52 : 66 ( 102 )
Instrument 53 : 68 ( 104 )
Instrument 54 : 6A ( 106 )
Instrument 55 : 6C ( 108 )
Instrument 56 : 6E ( 110 )
Instrument 57 : 70 ( 112 )
Instrument 58 : 72 ( 114 )
Instrument 59 : 74 ( 116 )
Instrument 60 : 76 ( 118 )
Instrument 61 : 78 ( 120 )
Instrument 62 : 7A ( 122 )
Instrument 63 : 7C ( 124 )
Instrument 64 : 7E ( 126 )
Instrument 65 : 80 ( 128 ) [ hard right ]

STRUCTURE 2 :

64 INSTRUMENTS MOVING THROUGH A TINY RANGE AND 1 STATIC INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 - 2 ( 0 - 2 ) [ range starts hard left ]
Instrument 2 : 2 - 4 ( 2 - 4 )
Instrument 3 : 4 - 6 ( 4 - 6 )
Instrument 4 : 6 - 8 ( 6 - 8 )
Instrument 5 : 8 - A ( 8 - 10 )
Instrument 6 : A - C ( 10 - 12 )
Instrument 7 : C - E ( 12 - 14 )
Instrument 8 : E - 10 ( 14 - 16 )
Instrument 9 : 10 - 12 ( 16 - 18 )
Instrument 10 : 12 - 14 ( 18 - 20 )
Instrument 11 : 14 - 16 ( 20 - 22 )
Instrument 12 : 16 - 18 ( 22 - 24 )
Instrument 13 : 18 - 1A ( 24 - 26 )
Instrument 14 : 1A - 1C ( 26 - 28 )
Instrument 15 : 1C - 1E ( 28 - 30 )
Instrument 16 : 1E - 20 ( 30 - 32 )
Instrument 17 : 20 - 22 ( 32 - 34 )
Instrument 18 : 22 - 24 ( 34 - 36 )
Instrument 19 : 24 - 26 ( 36 - 38 )
Instrument 20 : 26 - 28 ( 38 - 40 )
Instrument 21 : 28 - 2A ( 40 - 42 )
Instrument 22 : 2A - 2C ( 42 - 44 )
Instrument 23 : 2C - 2E ( 44 - 46 )
Instrument 24 : 2E - 30 ( 46 - 48 )
Instrument 25 : 30 - 32 ( 48 - 50 )
Instrument 26 : 32 - 34 ( 50 - 52 )
Instrument 27 : 34 - 36 ( 52 - 54 )
Instrument 28 : 36 - 38 ( 54 - 56 )
Instrument 29 : 38 - 3A ( 56 - 58 )
Instrument 30 : 3A - 3C ( 58 - 60 )
Instrument 31 : 3C - 3E ( 60 - 62 )
Instrument 32 : 3E - 40 ( 60 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ]
Instrument 33 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]
Instrument 34 : 42 - 40 ( 66 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ]
Instrument 35 : 44 - 42 ( 68 - 66 )
Instrument 36 : 46 - 44 ( 70 - 68 )
Instrument 37 : 48 - 46 ( 72 - 70 )
Instrument 38 : 4A - 48 ( 74 - 72 )
Instrument 39 : 4C - 4A ( 76 - 74 )
Instrument 40 : 4E - 4C ( 78 - 76 )
Instrument 41 : 50 - 4E ( 80 - 78 )
Instrument 42 : 52 - 50 ( 82 - 80 )
Instrument 43 : 54 - 52 ( 84 - 82 )
Instrument 44 : 56 - 54 ( 86 - 84 )
Instrument 45 : 58 - 56 ( 88 - 86 )
Instrument 46 : 5A - 58 ( 90 - 88 )
Instrument 47 : 5C - 5A ( 92 - 90 )
Instrument 48 : 5E - 5C ( 94 - 92 )
Instrument 49 : 60 - 5E ( 96 - 94 )
Instrument 50 : 62 - 60 ( 98 - 96 )
Instrument 51 : 64 - 62 ( 100 - 98 )
Instrument 52 : 66 - 64 ( 102 - 100 )
Instrument 53 : 68 - 66 ( 104 - 102 )
Instrument 54 : 6A - 68 ( 106 - 104 )
Instrument 55 : 6C - 6A ( 108 - 106 )
Instrument 56 : 6C - 6E ( 110 - 108 )
Instrument 57 : 70 - 6E ( 112 - 110 )
Instrument 58 : 72 - 70 ( 114 - 112 )
Instrument 59 : 74 - 72 ( 116 - 114 )
Instrument 60 : 76 - 74 ( 118 - 116 )
Instrument 61 : 78 - 76 ( 120 - 118 )
Instrument 62 : 7A - 78 ( 122 - 120 )
Instrument 63 : 7C - 7A ( 124 - 122 )
Instrument 64 : 7E - 7C ( 126 - 124 )
Instrument 65 : 80 - 7E ( 128 - 126 ) [ range starts hard right ]

STRUCTURE 3 :

32 STATIC INSTRUMENTS WITH SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE PANNING POSITIONS AND 1 STATIC INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 ( 0 ) [ hard left ] AND 80 ( 128 )  [ hard right ]
Instrument 2 : 2 ( 2 ) AND 7E ( 126 )
Instrument 3 : 4 ( 4 ) AND 7C ( 124 )
Instrument 4 : 6 ( 6 ) AND 7A ( 122 )
Instrument 5 : 8 ( 8 ) AND 78 ( 120 )
Instrument 6 : A ( 10 ) AND 76 ( 118 )
Instrument 7 : C ( 12 ) AND 74 ( 116 )
Instrument 8 : E ( 14 ) AND 72 ( 114 )
Instrument 9 : 10 ( 16 ) AND 70 ( 112 )
Instrument 10 : 12 ( 18 ) AND 6E ( 110 )
Instrument 11 : 14 ( 20 ) AND 6C ( 108 )
Instrument 12 : 16 ( 22 ) AND 6A ( 106 )
Instrument 13 : 18 ( 24 ) AND 68 ( 104 )
Instrument 14 : 1A ( 26 ) AND 66 ( 102 )
Instrument 15 : 1C ( 28 ) AND 64 ( 100 )
Instrument 16 : 1E ( 30 ) AND 62 ( 98 )
Instrument 17 : 20 ( 32 ) AND 60 ( 96 )
Instrument 18 : 22 ( 34 ) AND 5E ( 94 )
Instrument 19 : 24 ( 36 ) AND 5C ( 92 )
Instrument 20 : 26 ( 38 ) AND 5A ( 90 )
Instrument 21 : 28 ( 40 ) AND 58 ( 88 )
Instrument 22 : 2A ( 42 ) AND 56 ( 86 )
Instrument 23 : 2C ( 44 ) AND 54 ( 84 )
Instrument 24 : 2E ( 46 ) AND 52 ( 82 )
Instrument 25 : 30 ( 48 ) AND 50 ( 80 )
Instrument 26 : 32 ( 50 ) AND 4E ( 78 )
Instrument 27 : 34 ( 52 ) AND 4C ( 76 )
Instrument 28 : 36 ( 54 ) AND 4A ( 74 )
Instrument 29 : 38 ( 56 ) AND 48 ( 72 )
Instrument 30 : 3A ( 58 ) AND 46 ( 70 )
Instrument 31 : 3C ( 60 ) AND 44 ( 68 )
Instrument 32 : 3E ( 62 ) AND 42 ( 66 )
Instrument 33 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]

STRUCTURE 4 :

32 INSTRUMENTS MOVING THROUGH SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE PANNING RANGES AND 1 STATIC INSTRUMENT AT CENTRE

Instrument 1 : 0 -2 ( 0 - 2 ) [ range starts hard left ] AND 80 - 7E ( 128 - 126 ) [ range starts hard right ]
Instrument 2 : 2 - 4 ( 2 - 4 ) AND 7E - 7C ( 126 - 124 )
Instrument 3 : 4 - 6 ( 4 - 6 ) AND 7C - 7A ( 124 - 122 )
Instrument 4 : 6 - 8 ( 6 - 8 ) AND 7A - 78 ( 122 - 120 )
Instrument 5 : 8 - A ( 8 - 10 ) AND 78 - 76 ( 120 - 118 )
Instrument 6 : A - C ( 10 - 12 ) AND 76 - 74 ( 118 - 116 )
Instrument 7 : C - E ( 12 - 14 ) AND 74 - 72 ( 116 - 114 )
Instrument 8 : E - 10 ( 14 - 16 ) AND 72 - 70 ( 114 - 112 )
Instrument 9 : 10 - 12 ( 16 - 18 ) AND 70 - 6E ( 112 - 110 )
Instrument 10 : 12 - 14 ( 18 - 20 ) AND 6E - 6C ( 110 - 108 )
Instrument 11 : 14 - 16 ( 20 - 22 ) AND 6C - 6A ( 108 - 106 )
Instrument 12 : 16 - 18 ( 22 - 24 ) AND 6A - 68 ( 106 - 104 )
Instrument 13 : 18 - 1A ( 24 - 26 ) AND 68 - 66 ( 104 - 102 )
Instrument 14 : 1A - 1C ( 26 - 28 ) AND 66 - 64 ( 102 - 100 )
Instrument 15 : 1C - 1E ( 28 - 30 ) AND 64 - 62 ( 100 - 98 )
Instrument 16 : 1E - 20 ( 30 - 32 ) AND 62 - 60 ( 98 - 96 )
Instrument 17 : 20 - 22 ( 32 - 34 ) AND 5A - 58 ( 90 - 88 )
Instrument 18 : 22 - 24 ( 34 - 36 ) AND 5E - 5C ( 94 - 92 )
Instrument 19 : 24 - 26 ( 36 - 38 ) AND 5C - 5A ( 92 - 90 )
Instrument 20 : 26 - 28 ( 38 - 40 ) AND 5A - 58 ( 90 - 88 )
Instrument 21 : 28 - 2A ( 40 - 42 ) AND 58 - 56 ( 88 - 86 )
Instrument 22 : 2A - 2C ( 42 - 44 ) AND 56 - 54 ( 86 - 84 )
Instrument 23 : 2C - 2E ( 44 - 46 ) AND 54 - 52 ( 84 - 82 )
Instrument 24 : 2E - 30 ( 46 - 48 ) AND 52 - 50 ( 82 - 80 )
Instrument 25 : 30 - 32 ( 48 - 50 ) AND 50 - 4E ( 80 - 78 )
Instrument 26 : 32 - 34 ( 50 - 52 ) AND 4E - 4C ( 78 - 76 )
Instrument 27 : 34 - 36 ( 52 - 54 ) AND 4C - 4A ( 76 - 74 )
Instrument 28 : 36 - 38 ( 54 - 56 ) AND 4A - 48 ( 74 - 72 )
Instrument 29 : 38 - 3A ( 56 - 58 ) AND 48 - 46 ( 72 - 70 )
Instrument 30 : 3A - 3C ( 58 - 60 ) AND 46 - 44 ( 70 - 68 )
Instrument 31 : 3C - 3E ( 60 - 62 ) AND 44 - 42 ( 68 - 66 )
Instrument 32 : 3E - 40 ( 62 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ] AND 42 - 40 ( 66 - 64 ) [ range ends at centre ]
Instrument 33 : 40 ( 64 ) [ centre ]


 



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Posted 02 February 2018 - 21:50

Panning Column

  • 00-80 - Set panning of current note column: 00 = full left, 40 = center, 80 = full right.

  • Jx - Panning slide left with step x (0 - F).

  • Kx - Panning slide right with step x (0 - F).

Local & Master FX Effect Columns

-Nxy - Set auto pan (regular pan variation), x = speed, y = depth*

 

* NOTE : The -Nxy command is broken for now, so unusable ( wont stay in time or work within an accurate range )

The Jx and Kx commands work better if tpl is 8 ( but that will mess with arp commands and so on, they are based on sets of 3 notes repeating ).

 

At tpl 8 J1 will reach hard left from centre after 8 lines ( 8 x 8 = 64 )

At tpl 8 K1 will reach hard right from centre after 8 lines ( 8 x 8 = 64 )

 

( at TPL 12 J1 on every line will reach hard left from centre after 5.3333333 lines, not so useful )

 

Maybe its better to just use the normal panning command with the above information.

For movement within a panning range by commands, highlight two panning values to interpolate between.

[ right click - selection - interpolate linear ( CTRL I ) / interpolate logarithmic ( CTRL L ) / interpolate exponential ].

 

Another way is not a panning slide, but entering many changes in panning position, making sure they stay within one of the ranges.

 

Its like there is a band on stage with many instruments...each musician is moving around a bit, except for one who is completely still, directly in the centre.


Edited by lettuce, 03 February 2018 - 04:10.


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Posted 03 February 2018 - 04:08

As the -Nxy ( set auto-pan ) command is broken here are some details of the workarounds for panning movement within a specific panning range using LFOs :

 

Workaround 1 :

 

Inside sampler modulation panning :

 

The first module necessary is operand ( panning operand ).

The second module necessary is LFO ( panning LFO ).

 

For a small range the amplitude of the LFO must be low.

The amplitude slider in LFO goes from 0 -1 in 1000 steps ( 0 - 1000 ).

 

To move the low amplitude LFO into the specific range ( that the panning movement should stay within ), move operand.

The operand slider goes from -1 to 1 in 2000 steps ( -1000 to +1000 )

 

To recreate the panning column techniques above ( panning movement within a range + symmetrical movement within two panning ranges ) a whole new set of values will be necessary ( based on dividing up 1000 and 2000 and working out the equivalent ranges ).

 

Also, the frequency of the Panning LFO is defined in beats, rather than ticks and lines ( from 0.100 beats to 1024 beats ).

This is confusing. Personally I think the frequency of the Panning LFO should have a 'lines' option and a 'ticks' option.

 

Workaround 2 :

 

Add a ( meta device ) LFO set to mixer - panning straight into each track that needs panning movement within a range.

 

LFO amplitude controls the width of the range, while offset controls the position of the range.

LFO amplitude slider goes from 00 to FF...7F is centre...there are 128 points to centre from hard left ( 00 ) and hard right ( FF ).

 

LFO offset slider also goes from 00 to FF.

 

Both LFO amplitude and LFO offset are controllable by pattern effect commands.

 

The tracks panning slider also goes from 00 to FF, with 7F as centre.

It is controlled by pattern effect -Pxx.

 

The LFO will need to be reset by pattern effect command to keep the panning movements in time with the song :

 

The "Reset" button can be triggered with the effect command: x8yy, where x stands for the position of the LFO device in the effect chain (if it's the first device: 1, if the second: 2 etc.) and yy is the offset value. For example:

  • 00 restarts the LFO from the beginning.
  • 40 restarts the LFO from a quarter of the way through of the cycle.
  • 80 restarts the LFO from halfway through the cycle.
  • C0 restarts the LFO from three quarters of the way through the cycle.

 

Workaround 3 :

 

Draw the movement within panning range directly into panning automation lane.

Hold CTRL while moving an automation point to get the exact value.

Automation lane panning values go from 0 - 101.

Centre up to 0R, all the way up to 50R.

Centre down to 0L, all the way down to 50L.

 

The minimum time for a full cycle ( from lowest value to highest value and back down to lowest value ) is 2 lines.

 

Workaround 2 seems like the best option as the 'panning structures' information above may be more easily converted ( converting 00 - 80 into 00 - FF ).

 

I will put that information here after some time.

 

The workarounds are cool but not as good doing it all by commands so I hope the auto-pan command ( -Nxy ) can get fixed to cycle in time and within an accurate range ( along with vibrato and tremelo ).

 

It would be good if Jx and Kx were updated to somehow work better at 12 ticks per line ( default ticks per line ).


Edited by lettuce, 03 February 2018 - 04:37.






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