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    is it possible to turn a stereo reverb plugin into a mono reverb plug?

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    if possible, how do i convert a stereo verb plugin such as waves Rverb into a mono verb so i can pan accordinly?

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    You would create an audio track just for the reverb plugin, buss your fx send audio to that track, and then pan the track where you want it.

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    yea but isnt the reverb plugin already stereo so wouldnt that make the reverb take up more space and start masking other instruments

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    Return the stereo reverb to a stereo track and then use your editor to either merge that track inot a mono track or split that stereo track into two mono tracks. Then pan the mono track(s) as desired.

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    i use samplitude so do i just create an aux channel for the reverb and change the aux channel from stereo to mono or mono mix and the reverb will become mono?

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    If you're not sure, just pan them to the middle.

    What does the manual say about it?

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    Do you have the Reverb on an Aux Track? If not, consider it.

    In the Mixer, on the Reverb Track, Right-Click on the Pan Knob to bring up the Stereo Editor Dialog for that Track... set the Stereo Width to Mono... now you can Pan the Reverb that's now in mono. I'm not sure why you want to do this though.

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