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Panning issue with in-ear monitor

Contributor - Level 2
Hi

It has been a long time since I posted here - I have always recieved excellent support here so I am hoping once again.

The setup: We have our X32 connected to an wireless in ear in stereo (as it was 2 separate monitors) The monitor channels are 9 and 10 ("Anton IE L", "Anton IE R") ''

The issue: All input channels routed to these 2 monitor channels are coming into both meaning the level is right in the middle as it should be - EXCEPT for channels 17-21 (Violin, mandola etc) - they only appear in "Anton IE R") When checking with sends on faders it looks fine. Can anybody see what I am doing wrong? I have attached the scene

PS these 4 channels go perfectly to both left and right FOH

Lars
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Re: Panning issue with in-ear monitor

Contributor - Level 3
Ch17-22 are all panned L\R (odd\even) in the bus1-2 send. It implies that at one stage these channels were stereo-linked, so the sends were panned, then they've been un-linked, but instead of returning to a central pan, they remain hard-panned in that bus.

Select the channel, go to the sends tab, and use the encoders under the screen to fix the panning in that particular bus (different to the normal LR pan encoder.)

Re: Panning issue with in-ear monitor

Volunteer Moderator
Hi Lars,

Attached is the fixed scene. The sends of these channels (17-21) were panned left and right.
Paul Vannatto, Volunteer Forum Administrator and Moderator

Re: Panning issue with in-ear monitor

Contributor - Level 2
Craig Fowler;158545 wrote:
Ch17-22 are all panned L\R (odd\even) in the bus1-2 send. It implies that at one stage these channels were stereo-linked, so the sends were panned, then they've been un-linked, but instead of returning to a central pan, they remain hard-panned in that bus.

Select the channel, go to the sends tab, and use the encoders under the screen to fix the panning in that particular bus (different to the normal LR pan encoder.)


Hi

Thx again for your help. I Will try it out but I am pretty sure this is the issue THX!

Re: Panning issue with in-ear monitor

Contributor - Level 2
Paul Vannatto;158546 wrote:
Hi Lars,

Attached is the fixed scene. The sends of these channels (17-21) were panned left and right.


hx again for your help. I Will try it out but I am pretty sure this is the issue THX! You guys are amazing
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