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    Default Cubase Problem

    Hmmmm...some pan controls are greyed out in a project in Cubase 7. The only workaround I've found is to copy the tracks to clipboard...then remove the affected channels...then add new channels and paste the tracks into them. A couple times the panners eventually disappeared again.

    Thoughts?


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    Default Re: Cubase Problem

    Rod, read the 4th and 5th paragraph... could this be what your experiencing?

    http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/feb1...s/cubase-7.htm
    Last edited by Tubeman; February 14th, 2014 at 09:22 PM.
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    Default Re: Cubase Problem

    I've seen this... Look at your output routing for those channels, Rod.. Have you got a Stereo Channel bussed to a Mono Group or vice versa? I can't remember which it was for me, but that was it. Matching source channel type to it's Buss destination fixed it for me..
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    Default Re: Cubase Problem

    Thank ya gents. Didn't see anything from the article Greg.

    Steve...That sounds like a likely problem. I was careful to make sure the group channels were stereo, replaced and pasted new channels and tracks. Now the panners are all home and staying there.


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