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Old 10-18-2004, 10:28 AM
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Default Mono/stereo Stereo mono..... What happen here ?

Hi !

Since i upgrade to 6.4 most of the plugins appears mono/stereo and not mono only and stereo only
in the plugins list. The results ?
IF i want to use a mono plugin lets say Rverb it appear mono/stereo ok i opne an mono aux and load
the mono stereo rveb plugin my aux automactly turns to stereo if not open still in mono
but the pan fader turns full to the left to be heard on the center . This is not right !!!!!

What happens here ?



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