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Last post Sun, Nov 16 2008 by Chuck Green, 13 replies.
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Posted on Wed, Nov 12 2008 17:35
by Emperor
Joined on Tue, Jul 10 2007, Posts 64
Few presets are included with Vi suite setup, I expected to find presets for each instrument in the orchestra, specially the power pan and equalizer plug-ins. Any comments from VSL staff?

Posted on Wed, Nov 12 2008 17:48
by Martin
Joined on Fri, Aug 23 2002, Wien, Posts 496
As Paul has mentioned earlier, we'll be adding more presets, so this will be a growing database.

Cheers, Martin
Martin Tichy
Marketing Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Wed, Nov 12 2008 17:55
by herb
Joined on Mon, Aug 05 2002, Posts 4609

Equalizer contains already over 150 factory presets, and more to come.

Power Pan, there are too many options how to place instruments in a room, and it doesn't make sense to deliver here presets

without a dedicated reverb included.

It depends on the orchestra size, room size, instrumentation etc.

I think to make panning settings for any arrangement is pretty easy and fast forward.

best

Herb

Posted on Wed, Nov 12 2008 19:56
by JFreese
Joined on Thu, Oct 11 2007, Posts 18

 Will Power Pan become useless with the arrival of MIR?

Posted on Wed, Nov 12 2008 21:17
by Dietz
Joined on Tue, Aug 06 2002, Vienna / Europe, Posts 7270
JFreese wrote:

 Will Power Pan become useless with the arrival of MIR?

You won't need it for stereo-placement within MIR, of course, but for example for swapping left and right channel of a piano, a xylophone or the like, if this fits into your mix better.

Apart from that, you can still use PowerPan outside MIR, of course. :-)

/Dietz - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Wed, Nov 12 2008 21:40
by DG
Joined on Wed, May 12 2004, Posts 8608

Dietz, I'm still unclear about the Power Pan plug, and I wonder if you could explain it to me. What does it do that either VE or Nuendo can't? Thanks for any explanation.



DG
Nuendo 6.03, 4.3
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Posted on Thu, Nov 13 2008 22:01
by Peter Alexander
Joined on Wed, Aug 21 2002, Virginia, Posts 642
I have the same question as Daryl as I think this Power Pan feature is a HUGE problem/solution feature that many will want to have.

Using a compass analogy, are you able to position a VI or other program Left/Right and North/South?

Or like that product from Wallender Instuments, WIVI, can you position the instrument at any point on the stage?

I hope I'm being clear in my question.

This is very exciting so I'm looking forward to reading your answer.
Peter L. Alexander
Author, Professional Orchestration Series
www.soniccontrol.tv
www.alexanderpublishing.com
Posted on Thu, Nov 13 2008 22:15
by DG
Joined on Wed, May 12 2004, Posts 8608
Peter Alexander wrote:
I have the same question as Daryl as I think this Power Pan feature is a HUGE problem/solution feature that many will want to have. Using a compass analogy, are you able to position a VI or other program Left/Right and North/South? Or like that product from Wallender Instuments, WIVI, can you position the instrument at any point on the stage? I hope I'm being clear in my question. This is very exciting so I'm looking forward to reading your answer.

It is the North/South question that I really want answered. Left/right and narrowing stereo width already works well in both Nuendo and VE.



DG
Nuendo 6.03, 4.3
2 x Intel Xeon x5675 3.07GHz Hex Core
48GB RAM
Windows 7 (x64)Pro
RME Multiface II
Intensity
ATI HD5400 series graphics card
Posted on Thu, Nov 13 2008 23:10
by Dietz
Joined on Tue, Aug 06 2002, Vienna / Europe, Posts 7270
No back/front, just left/right, plus the optional control of the loudness of each side, regardless of its position within the stereo-field. See it as the flexible combination of old-school "balance" (รก la Logic) and proper, independant panning.
/Dietz - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Sun, Nov 16 2008 11:48
by reid
Joined on Thu, May 26 2005, London / Berlin, Posts 46
Have to admit, I'm struggling to see the difference between this and (in my case) Logic's Direction Mixer plug. Are there any fundamental differences; can it achieve results that no other plug can?
Posted on Sun, Nov 16 2008 12:13
by DG
Joined on Wed, May 12 2004, Posts 8608
You've picked the one sequencer where the Power Panning plug is really needed.....! There are various thread to read, but my understanding is that as soon as you narrow the stereo width in Direction Mixer, you lose the ability to pan properly.

DG

Nuendo 6.03, 4.3
2 x Intel Xeon x5675 3.07GHz Hex Core
48GB RAM
Windows 7 (x64)Pro
RME Multiface II
Intensity
ATI HD5400 series graphics card
Posted on Sun, Nov 16 2008 15:56
by reid
Joined on Thu, May 26 2005, London / Berlin, Posts 46
I wasn't aware of that - have to do some research. Thanks DG
Posted on Sun, Nov 16 2008 18:07
by Chuck Green
Joined on Thu, Dec 21 2006, Ann Arbor, MI (USA), Posts 518
Hi Dietz,

Any word on MIR timing? Christmas is approaching and Santa is asking what I want under the tree. I said MIR but not sure if it will be available. What should I tell Santa?

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