Stereo Mode in Calf Stereo Tools: LR > L+R (Mono Sum L+R)

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Stereo Mode in Calf Stereo Tools: LR > L+R (Mono Sum L+R)

Postby GraysonPeddie » Thu Aug 22, 2013 6:45 pm

Hi. I will be taking a look at the tutorials listed in the sticky topic of the forum, but I do have a question.

Which file holds the source code when I select LR > L+R (Mono Sum L+R) in the Stereo Mode drop down list? I'm asking this because if you take a look at the screenshot below:

SignalsMixedTogether.jpg


Lines 1 through 5 are Calf Stereo Tools.

The reason why I ask this is I want to get the number of plugins down to only 1. I don't care for phase inversion, balance, stereo phase, or anything like that as I want to keep it very simple. All this will do is direct low frequency information directly to my subwoofer as you can see in the screenshot above and get rid of the complicated mess.
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Re: Stereo Mode in Calf Stereo Tools: LR > L+R (Mono Sum L+R

Postby tramp » Fri Aug 23, 2013 6:21 am

GraysonPeddie wrote:Which file holds the source code when I select LR > L+R (Mono Sum L+R) in the Stereo Mode drop down list?


calf/src/modules.cpp line 618
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Re: Stereo Mode in Calf Stereo Tools: LR > L+R (Mono Sum L+R

Postby GraysonPeddie » Fri Aug 23, 2013 3:16 pm

Okay, thanks.
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