Logic Pro 9 Ping Pong Delay

#1
I can't find a simple stereo ping pong delay preset in any logic plug-in. Is there a simple way to create one - not just one left and then right but including feedback ?
 
#5
Ping Pong with Logic Plugins

One of my favorites is a combination of two Logic plugins: Echo (in the delay list) and Tremolo (set to autopan, of course). Open Echo first on a bus and send your dry signal to the bus. Set echo as desired but with the effect set to 100% wet. It will play back in mono. Put Tremolo on the bus after Echo. Move the time dial to the left and select the desired tempo-sync setting. You'll know what you want when you hear it. You can then tweak the curve of the autopan by going with smoother panning or hard panning. Have fun. This setup sounds better than many paid plugins!
 
#6
One of my favorites is a combination of two Logic plugins: Echo (in the delay list) and Tremolo (set to autopan, of course). Open Echo first on a bus and send your dry signal to the bus. Set echo as desired but with the effect set to 100% wet. It will play back in mono. Put Tremolo on the bus after Echo. Move the time dial to the left and select the desired tempo-sync setting. You'll know what you want when you hear it. You can then tweak the curve of the autopan by going with smoother panning or hard panning. Have fun. This setup sounds better than many paid plugins!
Bingo.
Sorry for the "me too" sort of reply, but that's just the way to do it in Logic.

- Sascha
 
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