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pianoguy
04-01-2004, 09:53 AM
Hello,

I was wondering if anyone here is familiar with \"3D Panner Studio\" by Spin Audio.

I was doing some research to find a good way of setting up proper pan/verb for my orchestral stuff.

Would this software be a worthy investment?....any comments good or bad are welcome;)

JohnGrant
04-02-2004, 10:39 AM
Worra, if you\'re planning a reverb sample, separate from the others of course, is something like Milan\'s type of ambience possible? That is, the piano sounds close miked, and the ambient hall features are provided on a separate sample, which you can dial in or out. I think it makes the best live verb type of sound on the market.

JG
http://artist.amazon.com/johnlewisgrant (\"http://artist.amazon.com/johnlewisgrant\")

Worra
04-03-2004, 01:53 PM
Originally posted by JohnGrant:
Worra, if you\'re planning a reverb sample, separate from the others of course, is something like Milan\'s type of ambience possible? That is, the piano sounds close miked, and the ambient hall features are provided on a separate sample, which you can dial in or out. I think it makes the best live verb type of sound on the market.

JG
http://artist.amazon.com/johnlewisgrant (\"http://artist.amazon.com/johnlewisgrant\") <font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">The Black Grand was recorded in a concert hall, so the ambient version will have ambience from the hall in the releasesamples.