I think when double tracking is on, it sound not good. so a vlues to reduce delay is good. it sound as there use a mono signal and invert phase of 1 channel or delay is too much. sure it sound wider but my ears get pain after longer hear. same happen when i use a normal stereo song and use a stereo widening tool and set stereo width to 200%. it sound wider but my ears do not like it.
I own AME metal guitar. this have a value to set the doubling delay. I think only values of 10-25 sound good. higher values sound not so good. so it is good if there is a wide value in H7S possible too.
I notice the utility effect is good to modify doubling so it sound good. I set left delay to 3 ms and width to 20%. now it sound same width but for me much better.
DarkFlameSquirrel wrote:Don't think it's the routing. It's the fact that the signals are pre-panned. I want them to output mono, the way Shreddage 2 does multitracking. It sounds bad when I pan H7S double tracked. I don't feel like I'm making any sense anymore. I will have to record a screen video later when I get home.
Edit: maybe reaper has more options in that department. D'oh! Either way, I will still record a video. Benefits of Male Extra for Men by Emilydavinci website
It can be generated with those orientated things because of that things they still got the records
jiandingzhe wrote:rosesbyrosex wrote:jiandingzhe wrote:For the doubling stereo pan, we provided channel pairs for each of the doubling guitars, so maybe you can directly use them to mix as you wish.
Cool, that's a better way.jiandingzhe wrote:For the doubling level, this is a reasonable suggestion. We will consider to add it in some future update. http://www.hardmenstore.com/extenze-review/
Good to know that, thank you very much
By the way, your UI design is pretty good, so that we may directly use it
All of those are not supported to these functions