Panning FX on QU 24

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    Hi Folks,

    Apologies if this is a simple question with a simple answer. I run sound at our local church. The hall isn’t too wide, and we run a fairly quite stage for a small venue, and so I am trying to consider options for panning reverb on an electric guitar to the opposite side of it’s dry signal.

    This is an effect I love in the studio environment and I love the width and spread it creates for the part, but as yet haven’t figured out if it is possible to achieve using the on-board stereo FX engines on our QU-24.

    Does anyone have any suggestions for how this could be done?
    Cheers

    #62151
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    Pan the FX return…
    Go to the FX return fader – select it, use the pan control on the top section of the desk

    #62164
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    **FACEPALM**

    Thanks [XAP]Bob.

    #62167
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    Note of course that the FX are stereo, so you may well be balancing more than panning – but with a mono source I don’t think I’d worry too much

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