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Ducking With Stagescape M20d?

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Best Answer ArneLine6 , 28 February 2014 - 03:47 PM

There are different DSP types you can assign per channel. One of them is, for example, Feedback control-> HiPass-> Gate-> 4 band compressor-> 6 band eq-> limiter. There is no sidechain implementation so you can not have one channel control another channels dynamics. You could get a similar result by going out of a monitor out with both channels and back into an input channel. This is a bit complicated but works.

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#1 TetaTau

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Posted 28 February 2014 - 01:34 PM

I am looking at getting the M20d and had a couple of questions:

 

1. Does each channel have a multi-band compressor?

2. Can a channel's compressor be triggered by a threshold level from another channel?

 

e.g. Can I duck the bass behind a kick hit?


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Posted 28 February 2014 - 03:47 PM   Best Answer

There are different DSP types you can assign per channel. One of them is, for example, Feedback control-> HiPass-> Gate-> 4 band compressor-> 6 band eq-> limiter. There is no sidechain implementation so you can not have one channel control another channels dynamics. You could get a similar result by going out of a monitor out with both channels and back into an input channel. This is a bit complicated but works.


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