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How do I control panning (or set discrete speaker output) of individual channels of a multichannel wav file?

I’ve created a 4-channel wav file to be used as a quad ambient audio file.
I’ve set the files output as ‘2 x stereo’ in the wav bank properties. I simply want two channels to play out the L&R fronts, and two channels to play out the Ls&Rs. I guess I’m looking for the panning equivalent of the ‘Channel Mix’ effect.

Thanks!

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wow . . . slow day in the forums.

Anyone have some input? Did I ask a dumb question?

I suppose I could always break the audio files up into mono streams, but it seems like I should be able to assign output channels of a multichannel wav file. If this is simply a RTFM issue, please let me know. Maybe I overlooked it.

Thanks!

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hey quad ambiences are cool !

Add a quad file
Assign it to an event layer
Add the "speaker level" effect
Set the Sub/Centre level to -60

QUAD !

but when you say panning did you want to actually pan the quad around the 4 speakers ? I have no idea how to do that in Designer sorry ….

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[quote="studio13":27lnpxls]hey quad ambiences are cool !

Add a quad file
Assign it to an event layer
Add the "speaker level" effect
Set the Sub/Centre level to -60

QUAD !

but when you say panning did you want to actually pan the quad around the 4 speakers ? I have no idea how to do that in Designer sorry ….[/quote:27lnpxls]

Hey, thanks studio 13.

Yes, I want to assign one channel (of the four) to the front left, one to front right, one to surround left, and one to surround right. Is this what the technique you describe above will do?

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yes this will play your quad file out quad.

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[quote="studio13":wx00f1j2]yes this will play your quad file out quad.[/quote:wx00f1j2]

Great. Thanks . . . again.

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