mbliss wrote:This may be related, or not, I'm really not sure.
Normally your guitar or bass signal (mono) is input to one channel of an interface and into your DAW. The DAW splits the signal into the output buss, which is 2 channel, but since it is a mono signal, it isnt really stereo, just the same mono signal which you can pan, essentially turning down one of the two output channels.
Sometimes programs like Amplitude can cause odd problems here, because its output is true stereo to allow for effects like chorus etc.
So I am wondering if you might have a problem with the way your setting up the channel, routing to/from Amplitube and so forth.
First question, backing up. I dont understand the statement that you cant pan "at the top" but you can use the pan knobs in the track header? Do you mean the automation lane doesnt work in pan mode but the tracks pan slider works? What do you mean by "at the top"?
Thank you for your reply! What I mean with "pan on the top", is that on top on the panel there is a knob which can be altered between "volume" and "pan" (top circle on image). If I choose "pan" I can pan individual clips on a track. This doesn´t work on those tracks recorded using amplitube. It works on all the other tracks.
I can pan with the pan-knob that is attached to the left of the recording track (circle number two on the image). But this means that I pan every clip on that track the same way, which I don´t want to do.
Hope this makes it clearer as to what I mean, I´m not familiar with all of the correct terms in Mixcraft!
I can´t remember that I´ve had this problem with amplitube before. But when I click on the "fx" button to check what settings I´ve choosen on Amplitube, it doesn´t seem to have saved my settings, although it still sounds right.
What I mean is that when I click on the "fx" button, amplitube is in default mode, instead of the mode I used when I recorded the track.