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    Default Stereo Panning

    Quote Originally Posted by thisgizmo View Post
    It would be nice if the programmers would set the instrument controls independent for each tune. I turn down the Keyboard for one tune, but want it at 25% for another and full up for another. The same with the Bass and Drums. When working with 20 songs, this gets to be a burden.
    I agree, this would be a useful feature. I also think that panning of the instruments would be very useful especially in a live situation. You could then either a) create a nice stereo mix for the pa or b) pan one instrument completely to one side and send it to a seperate mixer channel for eq-ing, easy volume adjustments, etc.

    Thanks for a great app guys. Keep up the good work!

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    A quick request for this quite stunning app

    Stereo panning for instruments?

    I use my iPad/iPhone to play guitar through jam up pro to get a great jazz sound. I then use iReal b for the chords and background when i practice/perform.

    I would love to get some stereo separation on the instruments to widen the sound.

    An chance of that happening?

    Oh and +1 for audiobus but you have already answered that one :-)

    Thanks

    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bendy View Post
    A quick request for this quite stunning app

    Stereo panning for instruments?

    I use my iPad/iPhone to play guitar through jam up pro to get a great jazz sound. I then use iReal b for the chords and background when i practice/perform.

    I would love to get some stereo separation on the instruments to widen the sound.

    An chance of that happening?

    Oh and +1 for audiobus but you have already answered that one :-)

    Thanks

    Ben
    Hi Ben,
    Thank you for your feedback!
    I'm sorry but it's not possible with current audio engine - maybe in the future as we will upgrade the system.
    Niki

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    I know I asked a while ago but thought i would ask again :-)

    Any chance of stereo panning the instruments?

    Thanks

    Bendy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bendy View Post
    Any chance of stereo panning the instruments?
    Thanks for the reminder, it is on a list. We have spent some time looking into this but there is currently no easy way to implement it. We will review this in the future.
    If it is essential, you could use a DAW:
    - export midi
    - export each instrument (mute the others) as an audio track then sync (should work, although I have not ever done it)
    - use a stereo spreader plugin

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    Default Panning Tracks

    Panning Tracks

    Each instrument in iReal Pro is created in a separate MIDI track. But the program has no built-in capability for panning the tracks left and right.

    However, one can save an IReal Pro file as a MIDI. If one then opens the file in another program, the tracks will be separated.

    I use Garage Band to open iReal Pro MIDI files. Each track is separate and can be panned. This is useful for making recordings that sound more stereophonically realistic.

    Here's an example. I panned the bass left and the drums right. The piano is GarageBand's Grand Piano voice.

    https://soundcloud.com/jerry-engelbach/all-of-you

    Cheers,
    Jer
    Last edited by engelbach; 04-11-2017 at 03:39 PM. Reason: Added to discussion in Reature Requests
    Jerry Engelbach
    Pianist • Arranger • Composer
    Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, México
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    Hi Jer,

    Nice to finally hear what you sound like! Swinging and tasty. The stereo panning and GarageBand instruments sound very good and quite life-like.

    Keith

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    Re: https://soundcloud.com/jerry-engelbach/all-of-you


    +1 here!
    The different A & B section rhythms are especially tasty and effective on that tune.
    DRAT! No apparent tip-jar....
    )BOB

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    Thanks, gents.

    Bob, to accentuate the difference I use a pedal on the whole A section.

    All Of You-Rev JE - Cole Porter

    The move to Garageband works well on swing tunes like this. On ballads, drum parts don't translate well from iReal Pro to Garageband, as the latter doesn't have any good brush sounds.

    Cheers,
    Jer
    Jerry Engelbach
    Pianist • Arranger • Composer
    Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, México
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    Quote Originally Posted by engelbach View Post
    On ballads, drum parts don't translate well from iReal Pro to Garageband, as the latter doesn't have any good brush sounds.
    Neither does iReal Pro, unfortunately.

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