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Perceptual Panning with Ableton Live

Mixing and creating spaces for different elements is hard – not surprisingly – and people employ various magic and technique. I’m starting to play with encapsulating some basic techniques into simple Ableton Live Racks. The following is a Perceptual Pan rack that implicitly uses Live’s built-in pan law, the Haas effect, and some head shadow caricaturing via EQ.

This is far from useful for everything, and the Haas effect causes all sorts of trouble in mono – nonetheless, it’s really convenient when roughly dialing in some position.


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