Yes, I understand that distinction. I'm sorry, I was only using master and channel to describe the relationship on when the effect was applied and "pan" because that's how it's labelled on a lot of boards.
Ah, I see how these patches work now. I feel dumb for being so slow about how many inlets and outlets I need. Thank you.
Hello, I'm a relative newcomer to pd and so far I love all the patches I see on this forum. Right now, I'm looking to make a patch mixer that sort of functions like an audio mixer with several channels representing each patch and a master mixer. I have a basic functioning mixer but am looking to add more. I want to a add a feedback level, EQ, effects send/return, adsr/envelopes/filters to each channel, modulation systems, looping/sequencing channels, controlling it via midi controller, etc. If anyone has any other ideas or has already done something like this or has any other cool things to add, please send stuff my way!
However, currently, I'm a little stuck on panning individual channels. I have a master pan as well as an individual pan but, right now the individual pan doesn't work because the master pan overrides it. Any ideas?
Here's the patch:
Thanks and I look forward to the state of things to come with pd!