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Old 12-31-2008, 11:41 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by Jonas_Eriksson_Swe View Post
I just tried this with ReaVerb and it works great (with wavs, anyway). I set the track to have four channels then fx like this:

* a splitter (I used ReaEQ without any settings, just used the plug-in pin connector to route its output to 1/2 and 3/4)
* ReaVerb (input 1/2) with the left-to-stereo impulse loaded and pan set to max left
* ReaVerb (input 3/4) with the right-to-stereo impulse loaded and pan set to max right
* a joiner (I used Losers 3BandJoiner that comes bundled with Reaper)

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- Jonas
Hmm, if it were me, I would do the following:
  • track set to 4ch.
  • reaverb, load left impulse, inputting both inputs from track channel 1, outputting stereo to track channel 3/4.
  • reaverb, load right impulse, inputting both inputs from track channel 2, outputting stereo to track channel 1/2.
  • reaeq, inputting left from channels 1 and 3, right from 2 and 4. output to 1 and 2 (stereo).

This would give you the correct matrixing....
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