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Old 31-10-2016, 11:33 PM   #1
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Number inside Pan Knob (logic pro)

Good evening! I have a question about pan. I'm using Logic Pro X. In the mixer, or in the Inspector window, when I change the value of pan knob to left or right, there is a number inside it. At the left end it's -64 and at the right end it's +63. Why -64 and +63, not -100 and +100 ? What does this number mean ? thank.

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Old 01-11-2016, 03:23 AM   #2
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Re: Number inside Pan Knob (logic pro)

Don't quote me, but as I understand the numbers represent MIDI CC values from 0 to 127. In terms of panning, 0 is center, -64 is hard left and +63 is hard right. I guess it's just how it's programmed. So say for example if you want to put an instrument exactly between hard left and center, you'd go with a pan value of -32. It is a little confusing I guess haha.I did a quick search and couldn't find anything more detailed. It's also not mentioned in the Logic manual as far as I can tell. I'm sure you could start a thread on LogicProHelp.com and have your question answered there. Good luck, and if you find an answer to update us

Edit: Ah, looks like I was right!

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Re: Number inside Pan Knob (logic pro)

Now it's clear thank you for the full answer
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Re: Number inside Pan Knob (logic pro)

syllix is 100% correct. its confusing when looking at it from a gui point of view, but when using MIDI you will be thankful for it, it translates much easier.

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