Old 08-31-2007, 11:44 AM   #1
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Auto Wideness

This effect uses the volume of a signal (or sidechain) to control the Wideness of the signal. It's highly customizable including
- thresholds for 0% and 100%
- Attack and Release
- Min. and Max. Width
- a Reverse mode
- filtering the Director

The idea was brought up by Sebas777 some time ago. The filters are written by SStillwell based on RBJ's filter cookbook.

This Effect is included in the current Version of REAPER

Transient-driven Auto-Pan

This effect repans the signal (stereo or mono) on transients in the signal (or sidechain). Main features:
- 4 Modes determine the pan changes
- a small delay supporting the current pan
- Lookahead
- higly customizable
- Master and Slave

Probably the most spectacular feature is the "Slave" effect, which is to be run on another channel, and can receive pan data from a master effect, modify it and apply it to the channel it runs on.

And again Sebas777 came up with this.

v1.1:
includes Delay Compensation for Lookahead. Works only with REAPER v2+

This Effect is included in the current Version of REAPER

Automatic Phase Alignment

This Effect phase-aligns a signal to a side-chain signal by delaying it. The delay is figured out with a brute-force method during a user-initiated learning process.
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File Type: zip Auto-Wideness v1.0.zip (2.3 KB, 396 views)
File Type: zip Transient-driven Auto-Pan v1.0.zip (3.6 KB, 325 views)
File Type: zip Transient-driven Auto-Pan v1.1.zip (3.7 KB, 345 views)
File Type: zip Automatic Phase Alignment v1.0.zip (2.0 KB, 372 views)
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Old 08-31-2007, 11:47 AM   #2
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Sweet! I shall give them a go Till. Thanks for sharing!

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Old 09-06-2007, 09:01 AM   #3
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Praise REAPER 2! Transient-driven Auto-Pan just got a lot easier and more useful. REAPER 2 now supports Plugin Delay Compensation which went right into TdAP v1.1!
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Old 10-10-2007, 09:34 AM   #4
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Hey
THat seems nice !
I'm gonna check this.

So basically it is possible to have that plugin change the pan position each time a drum hit is heard ?
I have been searching for such a thing for long now !

THank you
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Old 10-10-2007, 09:45 AM   #5
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Till, you want these bundled in the installer? If so let me know and I'll add em..
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Old 10-10-2007, 10:19 AM   #6
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So basically it is possible to have that plugin change the pan position each time a drum hit is heard ?
I have been searching for such a thing for long now !
exactly. you can even use the slave to position something else to the exact opposit direction.
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nice.
THank you Till !
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I've been trying to figure out how to make this work in a project I'm working on... my searches on the forum have come up fruitless so far. can anybody point me toward some documentation for this (and any other) JS plugins in REAPER?

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Old 07-25-2012, 07:29 AM   #9
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bump for info. I'm getting ignored in three forums about this... what's going on? somehow I doubt that across the board, nobody has ever used the transient-driven pan plug or that nobody has any info they can share. :S
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bump for info. I'm getting ignored in three forums about this... what's going on? somehow I doubt that across the board, nobody has ever used the transient-driven pan plug or that nobody has any info they can share. :S
I used it a few weeks ago on a mono track.A percussion hit/beat.Just put it in the fx chain and experiment till the desired pan effect is achieved.
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Hi guys. Sorry, I haven't logged in for a while. If there are still any questions, PM me!
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Is there any way to make transient sound central, but tail on the side (left or right)?
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Transient-driven Auto-Pan

Current Pan not fully changing (typically 50-60% max).
How can I make it change to 100% both left and right?

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Current Pan not fully changing (typically 50-60% max).How can I make it change to 100% both left and right?
That's interesting. I noticed that if you change the Pan step size % live while playing, the maximum pan reached (as read from the Current pan) is not what the settings would suggest. But if you pause or stop the playback and then continue, auto-pan seems to update proper.

Getting full -100% - 100% pan range is something else. Having the Pan step size % at 100 will make the pan jump from center to full right (0/100). Step size 50 will cycle through -50/0/50/100. Step size 10 is already close (steps of 10, starting from -90). But really only the step size 1 seems to get really close to a full range. Of course that size may well have way too small steps too, so not really a solution.
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