Only operational for stereo samples, width defines the amount of channel mixing applied to play the sample.
width value of 0 makes a stereo sample play as if it were mono (adding both
channels and compensating for the resulting volume change). A value of 100 will
make the stereo sample play as original.
Any value in between will mix left and right channels with a part of the other, resulting in a narrower stereo field image.
Negative width values will reverse left and right channels.
Note: Range in the table is specified as -100 to 100. Some players, such as Aria/Sforzando, do not clamp the range. Values over 100 expand the stereo width. For example, for a mono signal panned 6dB to the left, a value of 200 produces the mono signal panned 12dB to the left.
width=100 // stereo
width=0 // play this stereo sample as mono
width=50 // mix 50% of one channel with the other
|-100 to 100
|0 to 255
- Envelope: ✓
- LFO: ✓
Category: Performance Parameters, Amplifier