[ardour-dev] StreamPanners can MUTE?

Jeremy Hall jhall at maoz.com
Thu Jun 17 20:42:31 PDT 2004


Does the app call set_position or what? How does a route, for example, get 
a panner assigned to it? I don't have enough hardware to learn to define a 
2d panner.  when I went looking through ui.h I didn't see anything that 
adds a panner to a UI object.

UI.panner() is supposed to get me a panner, but set_position() wants a 
StreamPanner passed as the last argument.

I suppose I could do:

Multi2dPanner pan = new Multi2dPanner();


pan.set_position(x,y, pan) but then I must really be missing something 


In the new year, Paul Davis wrote:
> >Hi,
> >
> >ok I decided that panning might want to be bypassed, fair enough, but 
> >muted? or set position? ok maybe that has something to do with pan 
> >automation?
> yes. muting a stream panner means that it will send no signal to its
> outputs. 
> set_position()'s semantics vary depending on the concrete instance of
> a StreamPanner. for a stereo panner, only the x value is of
> significance, and it maps to a left/right position, normalized to
> 0..1, with 0=left.
> >Moving along X would make move from left to right, moving along Y would 
> >make move from centre to surround, but what's zed for? I'm a bit confused.  
> >Have I missed some mail that describes the new pans?  Just point me to a 
> >subject to look at
> if you use a Multi2dPanner, then the x + y axes are both used to
> position the audio in a 2d plane.
> i have not yet written a Multi3dPanner which would use x,y and z.
> --p

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