Panning in Signal generator

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  • #108337
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    Steven
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    Hey all,
    It would be great to be able to pan when sending the signal generator to a stereo mix bus. Quite often I use the signal generator to check signal flow when patching in my console to PA systems or IEM transmitters during quick changeovers at festivals. Being able to quickly pan or isolate would very much speed up checking if left and right patching is correct.
    Cheers!

    #108346
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    ioTon
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    Hi Steve,
    If you don’t know this workaround:
    You can choose the signal generator as input source of a normal input channel (if you have one left)

    greetings
    dd

    #108347
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    SteffenR
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    I would prefer (suggest) a different method of left, right checking…
    On another brand of consoles, there is an option for a dual tone signal generator,
    the odd side with one and the even side with a different sine tone.

    This in combination with the possibility to set the generator as a channel (stereo channels?) or a mix external input would be a real improvement.
    On dLive it is already possible to patch the generator to the left and right side of the mixes independently.

    A second generator would do the trick as well 😉

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