I'm trying to send an arpeggiated audio signal (in logic pro 9) into separate signal streams to creating an automated, synchronised panning effect, in one stereo channel.
Problem 1: The audio signal being sent to the last touched fader (knob) of the two, which prevents the 'ping pong' pan, despite the monitors below displaying otherwise.
Problem 2: Although the monitor displays the alternating signal, the output that is sent to only one fader and plays all notes at the described pan output, as if arpeggiation had failed.
So far, I have attempted to achieve this using a transformer with an alternating split setting --> Displayed divided audio correctly in monitors, however, the audio does not follow suit.
I am also concerned about note off signals and how they would affect my alternating signal.
The fader knobs outputs in the inspector are assigned to "-1: 10", (This is continuous controller for those unfamiliar with logic pro), for panning. The channel is stereo, the Logic instrument, "Sculpture", is in keyboard mode Poly, with 8 voices. The output of the fader knobs lead to the software instrument.
Here is an image of my current environment attempt: If any further information is required, I will happily provide it.