PureData CEAMMC library web documentation
aliases: [ceammc/pan~], [pan~]
available since version: 0.5
The signal is lowered as it pans from left (or right) to center using a straight line from (+-)1 (left or right) to 0.0 (center) for a 6dB reduction in the middle. A problem inherent to linear panning is that the perceived volume of the signal drops in the middle. [pan.sqrt~] solves this by taking the square root of the linear scaling factor going from 1 (left or right) to 0.5.sqrt (~=0.707) in the center, which is about 3dB reduction. This is equal power panning. [pan.lin~] sounds more like the Rhodes tremolo than [pan.sqrt~].
@pos
Get/set panning position. -1 means left, 0 - center, +1 - right
type: float
range: -1..1
default: 0
@smooth (initonly)
Get/set smooth control signal to avoid zipping-noise
type: int
range: 0..100
default: 20
See also: [pan.sqrt~] [pan.cos~]
Authors: Serge Poltavsky
License: GPL3 or later