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Panning reverb

terrynoakes
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289 posts since 7 May, 2007, from Angus,Scotland

Postby terrynoakes; Thu Dec 07, 2017 3:56 pm Panning reverb

Hi guys, need some help, I have a recorded guitar part, panned right about 3/4 o'clock, and would like to have the reverb panned left about 8/9 oclock. How do I achieve this? do I need to set up a guitar reverb send / return, then return the reverb to a new track panned as required? Any better or easier ways to do this. Cheers
klangbastler
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396 posts since 31 Jan, 2006

Postby klangbastler; Thu Dec 07, 2017 6:04 pm Re: Panning reverb

i would do it like this:
insert a new rack in the guitartrack, inside the rack load the reverb and two volume/pan plugins.
route the input to reverb (reverb full wet) and then to one of the v/p plugs. route also directly from the input to the second v/p plug. from the two v/p plugs the routing goes to the output of the rack (summed together).

the rest should be self explanatory ...
klangbastler
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Postby klangbastler; Thu Dec 07, 2017 6:07 pm Re: Panning reverb

you could also do it with a send on the guitartrack and a receive on a hall-track. the send should the be pre volume/pan, which has the disadvantage, that any volumechanges on the guitar-track are not "recognised" by the send, so you will have to adjust it also, to keep the hall-level balanced to the dry sound.
terrynoakes
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289 posts since 7 May, 2007, from Angus,Scotland

Postby terrynoakes; Fri Dec 08, 2017 7:34 am Re: Panning reverb

Thanks for the info, it never occurred to me to use a rack. I have tried both ways you mentioned,both do what I was after.
The second option you mentioned re volume rebalancing, placing the reverb and gtr track in a folder track would overcome that problem wouldn't it?
Thanks again, much appreciated.
klangbastler
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Postby klangbastler; Fri Dec 08, 2017 2:20 pm Re: Panning reverb

ah yes, good idea with the foldertrack! didn't think of that possibility :)
you're welcome

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