The default mono panner distributes 1 input to 2 outputs. Its behaviour is controlled by a single parameter, the position. By default, the panner is centered.
Mono Panner User Interface
The mono panner looks quite similar to the stereo panner interface. The difference is that the L/R labels in the lower half of the mono panner do not move because there is no "width" to control.
On the adjacent picture, the panner is centered, as shown by the central position of the slider, called position indicator.
Using the mouse
To change the position smoothly, press the right button and drag anywhere within the panner. Note: you do not need to grab the position indicator in order to drag
|Reset to defaults||Click right|
|Change to a "hard left"||Double click right in the left side of the panner|
|Change to a "hard right"||Double click right in the right side of the panner|
|Set the position to center||Double Click right in the middle of the panner|
When the pointer is within a mono panner user interface, the following keybindings are available to operate on that panner:
|← / ←||move position 1° / 5° to the left|
|→ / →||move position 1° / 5° to the right|
|0||reset position to center|
Using the scroll wheel/touch scroll
When the pointer is within a mono panner user interface, the scroll wheel may be used as follows:
|⇑ or ⇐||move position to the left by 1°|
|⇑ or ⇐||move position to the left by 5°|
|⇓ or ⇒||move position to the right by 1°|
|⇓ or ⇒||move position to the right by 5°|