I’m looking for this function in Renoise. In Pro Tools you can do this, in the mixer view, by simply drag the panning sliders from <100 100> to for example <75 75>. In Renoise I can only find one slider though, which is only good for tracks which are in mono…
I don’t want it full mono. Anyway, the problem is that this DSP uses another way of calculating. If I want a stereo instrument for instance at 40 left and 40 right (as two panning sliders would have made it for me), I have no clue how to get that effect with the DSP.
I guess those are just methods for making a mono track to stereo - My way to do this is just to copy the track information to a new track, with various modifications of course. But since this track is already in stereo, methods like this will only causing it to sound more stereo; like 50 L and 50 R + [PLUS] for instance 40 L and 40 R. Like a stereo expander I guess. I might be wrong, but it doesn’t sound as I want it to. Perhaps I’ve been unclear, but I don’t know how to explain in other words. Thanks for trying to help me anyway!
According to your latest post I assume that you mean you want to modify a full stereo track to something MORE mono (for example 40/40 from 80/80) while being able to treat left and right channels separately?