This week we take a first step in creating a more realistic orchestral template. We’re going to apply the concept of panning. A basic concept. A simple concept, but one that helps to get a more wider and better orchestral sound.
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Download this week’s project file
Last week I started the Masterclass on Youtube with the video preparations. I shared my project files (midi mockup etc.) with you all. If you haven’t downloaded them yet, here is the direct link: http://bit.ly/show-opener-gh0stwrit3r-music
This week we concentrate on the panning of the different orchestral instruments. In the video I show you where and how to apply the panning. And you get a new project file in which I have written down my panning settings.
You can download the project file of this week here: http://bit.ly/2lJqAlG
Want to know more about panning?
Maybe you still have some questions about the concept of panning after watching this video. For example, why do you even have to pan the different instruments?
Maybe this post and video will help you out. Still having questions after this? Feel free to ask them in the comments!
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