Linked vs Unlinked (dual mono)

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Linked vs Unlinked (dual mono)

Post by darren » Wed Feb 01, 2017 10:15 am

Hi

I had not realised that Nebula (N4 also?) Has a mono EVF. So getting the Unlinked behaviour requires that two instances of a program be loaded (one for left and one for right).

Are folks doing this with libs like MFC and other libs that are not focussed on dynamic behaviour? I can understand the benefit, just wondering about your experiences..
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Re: Linked vs Unlinked (dual mono)

Post by sfabs » Thu Feb 02, 2017 6:10 pm

depending on the source material and what I want... yes I am doing this. On the central stuff (stereo field) i dont bother. But on others yes I do that or use a plugin (because i use Cubase) to split the signal and place an instance on the left and right channel.

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