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FairLight - problem with stereo tracks / sounds when i pan

PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2019 12:49 pm
by Amer Shanabli
Hi,

Can anybody help me?

I have a problem in Davinci Resolve / FairLight with stereo tracks / sounds: I CAN'T PAN left channel without hear 75% from right cahnnel and reverse... why?

Macbook Pro 17" Late 2011









Thank you.

Re: FairLight - problem with stereo tracks / sounds when i p

PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2019 1:20 pm
by Reynaud Venter
Adjust the Spread parameter in the Panner.

Re: FairLight - problem with stereo tracks / sounds when i p

PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 8:32 am
by Amer Shanabli
Reynaud Venter wrote:Adjust the Spread parameter in the Panner.

don't work

Re: FairLight - problem with stereo tracks / sounds when i p

PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 9:16 am
by Reynaud Venter
depends on what you are trying to achieve, as there are multiple methods of achieving the same result.

Re: FairLight - problem with stereo tracks / sounds when i p

PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 12:18 pm
by Vit Reiter
Amer Shanabli wrote:
Reynaud Venter wrote:Adjust the Spread parameter in the Panner.

don't work

Really? See the figures. It works fine.

Re: FairLight - problem with stereo tracks / sounds when i p

PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 8:53 pm
by Amer Shanabli
Vit Reiter wrote:
Amer Shanabli wrote:
Reynaud Venter wrote:Adjust the Spread parameter in the Panner.

don't work

Really? See the figures. It works fine.


Hi and thank you for your support, i try your method but doesn't work for me, same problem, i make a stereo track with 2 different songs, one pan 100% left and another one song pan 100% right in Audition...export vaw stereo track...if i use your method i hear both songs but in mono, doesn't matter if i pan left or right.


If you give me your mail adress i can send you a video file to see.

Thank you.

Re: FairLight - problem with stereo tracks / sounds when i p

PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 2:13 am
by Peter Cave
Panning works best with mono sources so you can position in the stereo field. Stereo sources are meant to be stereo (stereo music) , therefore not panned. If the left and right source channels are different music tracks (presumably mono) then you really need to import them as mono.

Re: FairLight - problem with stereo tracks / sounds when i p

PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 5:10 pm
by Amer Shanabli
Peter Cave wrote:Panning works best with mono sources so you can position in the stereo field. Stereo sources are meant to be stereo (stereo music) , therefore not panned. If the left and right source channels are different music tracks (presumably mono) then you really need to import them as mono.


Hi, i understand you, but i work with some DAW's (Cubase, Logic Pro, Audition..) and if i have a stereo track and for example i pan 100% i hear only left channel, i don't have signal on the right channel...i don't know if i have a problem with my settings... or it's a problem from Davinci Resolve / Fairlight... i think is not normal if i pan left 100% ( or right) to hear and have signal on right channel and reverse.

You can see that in my photos.

For me when i pan left 100% (or right), the left channel increase volume with aprox 25-50% i think and the right channel decrease volume with aprox 25-50% i think...it's not a major problem but...for ex... if i want to hear only one channel from a stereo track (shot with my UMP4.6K...1 lav mic + 1 mic ambiance...or 2 lav mic)...how can i do quickly...i must set in "clip attributes" / audio to make mono channel for each channel (make two mono tracks: L + R) ?


I ask all this beacuse i want to know if i have a problem or it normal in Davinci Resolve / Fairlight.



Thank you.

Re: FairLight - problem with stereo tracks / sounds when i p

PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 5:22 pm
by Reynaud Venter
Amer Shanabli wrote:if i want to hear only one channel from a stereo track ... how can i do quickly
Instantiate an instance of the Fairlight AFX Stereo Fixer on the Audio Clip or Track.

Re: FairLight - problem with stereo tracks / sounds when i p

PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 6:53 pm
by Jean Claude
Hello Amer,
Try with this Stereo Audio in a Stereo Audio TL with a Stereo Audio Bus

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1R5Y7Ps ... sp=sharing

Then do what you were told: Pan to Left and Spread to PNT
Left_is_left.jpg
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right_to_left.jpg
right_to_left.jpg (281.74 KiB) Viewed 207 times


Normally: you only have to hear in the left channel, even if the source channel is on the right. :)

Re: FairLight - problem with stereo tracks / sounds when i p

PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2019 10:48 am
by Amer Shanabli
Hi all and thanks for help.

I make a video to see my "problem or sometring who work different" (i try all your recommendations = no results).

Link : https://we.tl/t-NeQXEFkCJ9
(includes a stereo track and my video)


Thank you.

Re: FairLight - problem with stereo tracks / sounds when i p

PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2019 11:31 am
by Reynaud Venter
if i want to hear only one channel from a stereo track (shot with my UMP4.6K...1 lav mic + 1 mic ambiance...or 2 lav mic)...how can i do quickly
Amer, as mentioned in my previous post, instantiate an instance of the Fairlight AFX Stereo Fixer on the Audio Clip or Track and select either "Left Only" or "Right Only".

Stereo Fixer.png
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It is important to understand that Resolve's Panner is not a balance control.

Re: FairLight - problem with stereo tracks / sounds when i p

PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2019 3:05 pm
by Amer Shanabli
Reynaud Venter wrote:
if i want to hear only one channel from a stereo track (shot with my UMP4.6K...1 lav mic + 1 mic ambiance...or 2 lav mic)...how can i do quickly
Amer, as mentioned in my previous post, instantiate an instance of the Fairlight AFX Stereo Fixer on the Audio Clip or Track and select either "Left Only" or "Right Only".

Stereo Fixer.png

It is important to understand that Resolve's Panner is not a balance control.


Hi,

Thank you for support, I wanted to know if this is working Davinci Resolve / Fairlight or it's a problem in my system.

It's not a major problem for me but now i but now I understand how it works.

THX