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    Quote Originally Posted by ticker View Post
    I may have to spend some time talking with the Steinberg (Wavelab) tech support people to get a better understanding of the pan laws specific to their product.
    Actually there are four pan modes in Wavelab (V.5 and V.6):

    1. Channel damp (0dB / mute)
    This mode will not compensate for power loss at all. If a signal is panned hard left or right, the
    the sum of the channels will drop by 3dB.

    2. Constant power (+3dB / mute)

    This is the default mode. Regardless of the pan position, the power of the sum of the channels
    remain constant.

    3. Channel boost (+4.5dB / mute)
    If this mode is selected and a signal is panned hard left or right, the power of the sum of the channels
    will actually be higher than with a signal panned center.

    4. Channel boost (+6dB / mute)
    This is the same as the previous option, but with even greater power boost.

    Best regards
    Last edited by Andreas Lassak; 06-20-2010 at 01:36 AM.
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