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    Hello,

    Does anyone know where I can find the SS Ref Autopan chain for Audacity? It is used in the Audacity SpectraStrobe - Kasina Basic Session Editor video, but doesn't seem to be in the Audacity Mind Machine Suite.

    Thanks

    Andrew

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    Default Re: SS Ref Autopan

    I wondering if it's been renamed to SS Ref LFO?
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    Hi Andy,

    I don't think SS Ref LFO is the same thing. Partially because SS Ref LFO was also present in the video. ssvideo.JPG

    More importantly, SS Ref LFO doesn't seem to work.

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    Is this thread helpful?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
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    My question still remains, and I still can't find the chain SS Ref Autopan.

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    I am also following that video, if you realize when applying that chain the effect Panning(LFO) 2a starts. You have it in effects, you can apply it from there.

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    Default Re: SS Ref Autopan

    Quote Originally Posted by fumanchu View Post
    I am also following that video, if you realize when applying that chain the effect Panning(LFO) 2a starts. You have it in effects, you can apply it from there.
    Are you saying that Panning (LFO) 2a is the same as SS Ref Autopan?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    Are you saying that Panning (LFO) 2a is the same as SS Ref Autopan?
    Yes I think so.

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    I'v tried using Panning (LFO) 2a on the reference track, and the wave form did look like the example in Scott's video, but the mixed down mp3 from Audacity wouldn't drive the lights on the Kasina (though it did play the sound track I added.

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    Default Re: SS Ref Autopan

    Try your experiments first with .wav files rather than mp3. Because an improperly-encoded mp3 can strip the SS information, you want to first use uncompressed (wav) files to make sure you've got the SS encoding right, then once you do, you can try compressing to mp3.
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