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Add this option for the sends: pan follows the channel pan

+116 votes
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asked Oct 5, 2016 in Studio One Feature Requests by mauroiuliano (3,440 points)
When you want a time based effect to be positioned exactly where the sound is in the stereo field (in order to have it more focused) enabling this function will position the pan exactly where the main pan of the channel is. And it will automatically follow even if the channel pan will be later on moved.

Easy and effective.

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+13 votes
answered Oct 6, 2016 by mattcaprio (148,370 points)
selected Dec 11, 2016 by ghasenbeck
 
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+4 votes
answered Aug 2, 2017 by stuartmaxwell (3,460 points)
Yes please !

I was trying to emulate the 'Brauerizing' mixing technique in S1 Pro , it seems without this function it can't really be achieved, which is a little disappointing.
+2 votes
answered Mar 19, 2018 by stuartmaxwell (3,460 points)
There's another request for this here - https://answers.presonus.com/10722/link-send-pan-with-channel-pan?show=10722#q10722 please vote on both !
+3 votes
answered Jul 8, 2019 by christianlauterbach (2,250 points)
This missing feature, the missing multiple mono format for plugins and the not console like solo functionality are the reasons why I still mix in Pro Tools. Please add these features!
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answered Jan 16, 2020 by Vioxer (980 points)
We need this feature!, is already in the cues but not in the sends.
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answered Sep 6, 2021 by davecebrowski1 (710 points)
For sure need this option to set on a per channel level. This missing feature is a reason why I still mix in Pro Tools.
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