Space Designer Input slider in Final Cut Pro
The Space Designer effect’s Input slider behaves differently in stereo or surround instances. The slider does not appear in mono or mono-to-stereo instances.
In stereo instances: The Input slider determines how a stereo signal is processed.
In surround instances: The Input slider determines how much low-frequency effects (LFE) signal is mixed with the surround channels routed into the reverb.
For information about adding the Space Designer effect to a clip and showing the effect’s controls, see Add Logic effects to clips in Final Cut Pro.
Input slider: Stereo mode
Stereo setting (top of slider): The signal is processed on both channels, retaining the stereo balance of the original signal.
Mono setting (middle of slider): The signal is processed in mono.
Xstereo setting (bottom of slider): The signal is inverted, with processing for the right channel occurring on the left, and vice versa.
In-between positions: A mixture of stereo to mono crossfeed signals is produced.
Input slider: Surround mode
Surround Max setting (top of slider): The maximum amount of LFE signal is mixed with the other surround channels.
Surround 0 setting (bottom of slider): The entire LFE signal is passed through the reverb unprocessed.
In-between positions: A mixture of LFE and surround channel information is processed.