Tremendouz wrote:rosesbyrosex wrote:DarkFlameSquirrel wrote:Any chance the output panning can be fixed too? Guitar libraries typically output in mono, so that way they can be panned to the user's liking. Pre-panned DI's causes quality issues.
do you mean you want to control how much every guitar is panned when using double tracking?
I'm pretty sure he means that. Now the double tracking is 100% left/right but sometimes 100% isn't optimal so it would be good if there were 2 mono outputs (not panned) that you could manually pan let's say 70% left/right.
Basically a knob to control the amount of stereo pan of the double tracking. As shown in the image above, the correct title of the control may not be PAN, maybe Stereo Pan Level or Doubling Width.
Also as you explain in H7S Website
threebodytech wrote:True doubling: two guitars playing simultaneously on left and right channel, each has individual random note delay and RR selection
Another Suggestion is:
A knob to set the random delay/foward RANGE of the strum start time in microseconds. (Level of randomization of the double tracking) as shown on the image below.
with "foward" i mean the opposite of delay, because in real life notes not are always delayed, somethimes the real note is played some microseconds before the ideal time. delay/foward it's like saying plus/minus.
I suggest this because more users want to have a total control of the guitar performance, and this is a step to achieve that.
Humanized start time = Ideal start time ± random delay/foward for each guitar.
With this to new features implemented you will offer H7S users a fully customizable double tracking model, i mean that's all you can control in double tracking.
- Stereo Pan
- strum start time randomization
NOTE: BE CAREFUL, DO NOT CONFUSE STRUM START TIME WITH STRUM SPEED
THE STRUM SPEED IS THE SAME FOR BOTH GUITARs IN DOUBLE TRACKING, BUT THE STRUM START SPEED MUST BE DIFFERENT IN BOTH GUITARS.