I've attached a plug-in called panramp.ny . Copy and paste it into your Audacity plug-ins folder, usually
and re-start Audacity. This plug-in will pan your _stereo_ audio in a straight line, for example from left to right, center to left, etc.
1. Load or create stereo audio in Audacity and select what you want to apply ramp panning.
2. Open effects menu, click on "Panning (ramp)".
3. Set start and end pan positions. -10 is left, 0 is center, 10 is right.
4. click on the okay button.
Note that if you start with different sounds in different pan positions, this plug-in makes them sound mono first before applying the ramp panning effect. Otherwise weird volume distortions may result.
On Fri, 9 Jun 2006, Gianluca Nucci wrote:
how do I move a sound, for example, from the center to the right channel or vice versa?
;nyquist plug-in ;version 1 ;type process ;name "Panning (ramp)..." ;action "Applying ramp panning..." ;info "by David R. Sky\n-10 is left, 0 is center, 10 is right\nReleased under terms of GNU Public License" ;control start "Start position" int "where" -10 -10 10 ;control end "End position" int "where" 10 -10 10 ; Ramp Panning by David R. Sky ; simplified to match Audacity 1.3.1 static pan positions ; from -10 left to 10 right pan positions ; Released under terms of the GNU Public License ; http://www.opensource.org/licenses/gpl-license.php (defun pan-position (position) (+ 0.5 (* 0.05 (float position)))) (defun pan2 (sound where) (vector (mult (aref sound 0) (sum 1 (mult -1 where))) (mult (aref sound 1) where))) (pan2 ; making any stereo signal sound mono (vector (sum (aref s 0) (aref s 1)) (sum (aref s 1) (aref s 0))) (pwl 0 (pan-position start) 1 (pan-position end) 1))