Channel Detail Pan

In addition to the panning Quick Controls, expanded panning controls are available within the channel's Detail dialogue which can be opened by double-tapping in the channel's Quick Display.

A display similar to the below will appear:

Note: The buttons down the left of the dialogue define which Detail page is displayed. Touch Panner if it isn't already selected.
The Channel Scroller (near the top left corner) can be used to scroll the dialogue to a different channel.
Note: Essential parameters in the page can be assigned to the Quick Controls beneath the screen. This requires the Follow Detail button (bottom right corner of the Main Screen) to be engaged. Touch the button to toggle between:
Follow Channel (button inactive): the Quick Controls below the screen follow the selected function, as per the Quick Controls on the other Fader Tiles.
Follow Detail (button active): When the detail dialogue is open the Quick Controls below the screen are assigned to different functions for the selected channel.
Changing the detail dialogue page when in Follow Detail mode will cause the Quick Controls beneath the screen to follow; the Quick Controls on the other Fader Tiles will remain unchanged.
The labels across the bottom of the Detail dialogue indicate the functions assigned to the Quick Controls directly beneath them. As a general rule only one function is assigned to each Channel's Quick Controls. Switch functions are assigned to the upper Quick Key (which will be lit if available) and continuous parameters are assigned to the Quick Encoder.

The graph on the left side of the dialogue represents the pannable area, with the blue square indicating where the audio is placed in space.

Drag the square around the graph to pan the signal around the space.

Pinch the graph area to adjust the width of the signal (not applicable to mono channels). The arrows at the edge of the blue area will be coloured red if the width has been inverted (L-R swap) or green if not inverted.

Sliders for all relevant pan parameters are also found in the right side of the dialogue – drag the sliders with your finger, or use the Quick Control Detail assignments to adjust them.

The parameters available depends on the formats of the channel and the bus being routed to.

To pan a stereo channel you must first reduce the Width of the signal in order to pan around the stereo space.

To pan a channel front/back in a surround bus you must first reduce the Depth of the signal.

To re-centre the pan, press & hold Reset Pan (towards the top right of the Detail dialogue)

The LFO Only button, when engaged, will route only the LF channel to 5.1 busses. If the path is not assigned to any 5.1 busses, the button will be inactive.

If a 4.0 or 5.1 path is assigned to one or more 4.0 or 5.1 busses, a Front/Rear Depth control will also be visible. Pinch vertically on the panning graph to adjust Front/Rear Depth or alternatively, use the corresponding slider to the right.

To close the Detail dialogue, touch the Close button in the top right-hand corner.