Im fighting with a strange behavior of S1. On certain song it always happens that S1 pans my tracks and send to the right side and even if I set the pan again the the correct position it always pans them back the the right side with each reload of the song.
Have anyone experienced this kind of issue and knows a solution?
Have you got any external controllers attached or automation tracks?
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IanM5 wroteHave you got any external controllers attached or automation tracks?
Good question. That's what came to me too. Something is changing it. Most likely not Studio One.
Don't use any plugs.
Disconnect any external devises.
Create a new song.
Also, make sure your default song template does not have these settings preset.
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Open the file, correct all panning.
Do a "save as" to create a new song file. Or better yet, save to a new folder.
Detach all controllers and then open the newly created song file.
If it still pans right, then you need an exorcist because this is going into uncharted demonic possession territory — rare, but not unheard of in the DAW world.
Oh, before you call the priest, check your automation lanes to make sure they aren't panning to the right.
Thoughts and prayers.
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