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Waves Ambisonics and Logic X Spatial Processor Plugins
Old 24th October 2018
  #1
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Waves Ambisonics and Logic X

Hi Folks,

I was hoping somebody could help me?

I'm trying to get Waves Ambisonics working with Logic X. Can't find info on the web on how to setup a session and how to bounce the file down.

Anybody familiar with using logic and waves ambisonics? Anybody want to share a session so I can see what you are doing?

Many thanks in advance!
G
Old 16th January 2019
  #2
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Hey, pretty new to this myself but was able to set up a project. I haven't started mixing anything yet so I'm sure I'm overlooking things but hopefully, this gets you started.
Setup a new blank session and add an audio track (when you're creating the audio track you can select the output on that screen, then click to I/O and set to "quadraphonic") After that you can set the channel to surround mode and put a utility downmixer on the master. Then you will be able to insert the ambisonic b360 and NX to the chain.
Old 16th January 2019
  #3
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Also, found this buried in the waves forum.. B360 Ambisonics Encoder – 5.1 to 4.0 and 7.1 to 4.0 are not supported by Logic Pro X. Honestly, I dont think this works right in Logic and waves support is 0 help. The manual states that you need to insert the b360 encoder on "each" track, but I have found no way to do so..
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