Per Boysen wrote:
On Tue, Feb 14, 2012 at 10:59 AM, andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:To make a regular shuffler in a DAW by a similar process to Per's (and this is something I've learned from the discussion here) Create 3 versions of the mix (2 channel) A unchanged B reverse channels L<>R and invert both C mono on both channelsVery interesting, but I would say this is the same process I described. Because summing A-B-C gives exactly the same result.
difference 1 your resulting mix has swapped channels because you invert A instead of B
Mine was: A invert both B reverse channels L<>R C mono on both channels
difference 2 (both methods have further steps not detailed here)you aren't defining that A and B should be mixed equally, that's important for creating what the user perceives unambiguously
as a width control. (which I assume *isn't* what you want to do) I guess your method works best for you, not suggesting you should change it. ...but I've no idea where it came from ;-) andy