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Old 10-28-2016, 12:23 PM
dropthedyle dropthedyle is offline
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Default splitting the grouped outputs into mono

Hi all,
Is there an option somewhere to split the stereo grouped outputs of Numerology into monophonic ones ?
I'm using Reaktor into Numerology with a brand new Expert-sleepers ES-8 interface for driving my eurorack modular setup but when choosing outputs in the numerology routing, i only see grouped stereo outs : 1&2 3&4 ... so my mono signals are duplicated. what i want to do is connecting individual outputs.
Is it possible ?

(PS: i'm using Num since v1 but its been a long time i visited this forum, glad to be back!)
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Old 10-28-2016, 02:28 PM
Sifaka Sifaka is offline
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Insert a mono module at the end of the stack.
Not at my computer now.
But there is a module that lets you decide if the left or right output is houng trough.
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Old 10-28-2016, 03:23 PM
dropthedyle dropthedyle is offline
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thx for your suggestion. i tried with that mono module but it doesn't change anything, the 1&2 mixer outs sums it to both channels. i will try with a hard left pan on one stack and a hard right in another... but it's not a "proper" solution, and it seems to bleed between channels (at least on visual feedback) ...
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Old 10-29-2016, 08:10 PM
jim jim is offline
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The Mono Extraction module is for generating dual-mono from either L or R inputs -- so not a good option in this case. I think your approach w/ panning should be fine, or if you want, you should be able to generate 2 CV signals in the same Reaktor patch, and pass those through to two outs on the ES-8.

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