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VE PRO 5 (and mono) - Yes I know!!
Last post Fri, Aug 28 2015 by Paul, 2 replies.
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Posted on Wed, Aug 26 2015 07:53
by Ionactive
Joined on Sat, Mar 30 2013, Posts 50

Morning folks :)

Yes I know this has been asked about a number of times, so I will keep it short :D

Firstly - question to Paul Steinbauer - will mono channels in VE PRO 5 ever be implemented, or rather, is it on the "to do" list?

Secondly, I am not near my PC's right now, so can someone tell me how VE PRO 5 actually treats / deals with a mono signal (say from BDF3) that goes into a stereo channel. Does it send it left (or right, and can you choose which ?) or does it send two identical signals (one left and one right)? 

Whatever it does - I want to achieve the following (say for a kick):

Mono - channel (e.g. from BDF3) _____> Stereo channel in VE PRO 5 ______ > Mono Channel in Pro Tools.

I want to make sure I am getting the panning etc right and not getting phase / doubling issues etc. If this were an analogue mixing disk that only had stereo channel pairs I would just be inserting my mono signal into the left or the right and leaving the redundant fader well alone. I just want to achieve the same effect in VE PRO 5 until the mono channels are added (if ever!). 

So, if it sends two signals left and right, can I just pan the VE PRO 5 stereo channel left or right and send that signal to a mono channel in Pro Tools?

thanks

 

Mark

Posted on Fri, Aug 28 2015 07:12
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 12760

Hi Mark, 

Mono Channels are on the to-do-list, it will take a while. 

And yes, you can pan a VE PRO Stereo Channel left or right and send it to a Mono Channel in Pro Tools (you probably found out already). 

Best, 
Paul

Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
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