Stereo Outputs

Stereo Outputs

Postby Dicky » Nov 23rd, '20, 20:47

This may be a stupid question but why does the Yocto 2 have stereo outputs? Surely Left and Right are the same?
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Re: Stereo Outputs

Postby svks » Nov 24th, '20, 01:17

You can hear that some voices are panned when used with both (L+R) Master outs. Toms/Congas, OH/CH and Cymbal in particular.
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Re: Stereo Outputs

Postby gihaume » Nov 24th, '20, 06:17

Surely panning inspired by the 909. This doesn't remove anything so why not.
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Re: Stereo Outputs

Postby Dicky » Nov 24th, '20, 06:45

Aha nice. I wonder if there’s an effective (no bleed when hard-panned) way of adding pan-pots to each voice?
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Re: Stereo Outputs

Postby e-licktronic » Nov 24th, '20, 13:22

Dicky wrote:Aha nice. I wonder if there’s an effective (no bleed when hard-panned) way of adding pan-pots to each voice?


Hi there,

To add a Pan pot on each sound simply replace the both resistor on the IO board by a 25KLog pot. Common resistor pin connected to the potentiometer center.

Hope this help
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