Pan Laws for 3D Mixing

When an audio signal is moving through the room at a changing height, Nuendo makes use of a complex set of pan laws that ensures smooth and gapless transitions.

The following applies:

  • The pan laws can cause a difference between the graphical position of a panning ball and the audible position of the sound source. If the graphical position of the sound source differs from the audible position, in the Top View pan area, the audible position is shown as a gray circle and the distance between both positions as a gray line.

  • If you move the Bottom-Top Pan control all the way to the right, the sound comes from the top speakers only.