I didn't have time to watch the whole vid, but - D'oh - around 2:40 he's repeating incorrect info.
Arturia not only has the equivalent of "TMT" features, it craps all over BX's so called TMT!
Namely, Arturia allows you to calibrate 24 different things in 6 slots across all 8 voices individually, then goes and does the same thing again except specific to keyboard follow, for a total of 12 calibration adjustments per voice, making a grand total of 96 possible adjustments from 24 sources!
IMO Arturia set the standard for how this calibration stuff should be done in emulations. The caveat, of course, being you now have to tune up to 96 options versus flipping a switch.
Saving adjustments as their own profiles (which could be loaded, and locked as you flipped presets, to maintain the adjustments) would help usability, as would've allowing the calibration zone to use the whole UI window with more visible, rather than 1 set of 8 at a time.
I wish they'd done that and made a much bigger deal about these features (so people knew they were there!!). Of course, this also ignores the 8 slot mod matrix of 26 sources (if I counted right) in addition to the above.
Needless to say. voice pan is one of the sources which can be adjusted! Arturia is -vastly- superior. in this area, to BX, AFAICT (Won't be installing, not least because of the silly price games.. )