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Old 08-07-2003, 04:25 PM
Greene Greene is offline
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Default HD set up advice

I want to get your opinions. I have a drum maching and kurzweil. Should i plug both left and right inputs into control24 or just mono of these ? Rookie [img]images/icons/shocked.gif[/img]
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Old 08-07-2003, 05:44 PM
Shawn Simpson Shawn Simpson is offline
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Default Re: HD set up advice

You can answer that question yourself, simply:

Do you have any stereo instruments that you use?

For instance, a drum instrument library will often have certain elements already panned between left and right so that when you play them altogether, it has a more realistic sound. The same is true for piano or any other synth sound. They use stereo to give them some depth. If you're using stereo sounds, you'll need to take both sides into your system. Good luck.
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