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#151 Johann

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Posted 01 July 2010 - 16:50

No one reads anything you posts because it's guaranteed to turn into this.

yeah sure, only it doesn't 99% of the time. I made a comment that was misunderstood and got immediately attacked, and just made the mistake of standing by what I originally said because, uhm, it made perfect sense, while the stuff that was slung at me was low to say the least.. and then getting pissed off. but yeah, that other pompous drama queen is totally innocent, this is all just because "Johann posted". as I said, use something else as a vehicle for your petty, shitty little grudges.

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Posted 05 July 2010 - 19:49

a dry/wet on the compressors would be sweet ass


fully agree ... directly from my heart !
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Posted 06 July 2010 - 05:16

learn how a compressor works.. or maybe use it on a send bus... :D
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Posted 06 July 2010 - 21:08

learn how a compressor works.. or maybe use it on a send bus... :D


FYI ... I know pretty well how compressors work <_< . Of course send bus is possible, but dry/wet is much more convenient if
you want to apply e.g. parallel compression, or use it in a complex DSP chain, etc.

See for example or

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Posted 06 July 2010 - 22:25

Oh yes! +1 dry/wet slider for teh compressors. Also, maybe the filter thingy that also appears on the gate :-)

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Posted 07 July 2010 - 03:51

A lot of my tracks are slightly moist :lol:
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Posted 07 July 2010 - 21:57

learn how a compressor works.. or maybe use it on a send bus... :D

can't do that on master!

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Posted 08 July 2010 - 10:25

can't do that on master!


That's right.

Of course you could route the output of every track and send track to a final send track (master surrogate), and from there you could send to another send track for dry/wet master application.

But obviously this is a real PITA to do, so another point for dry/wet

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Posted 08 July 2010 - 10:39

Another good example where dry/wet is missing:

e.g. yesterday I tried to route some audio serially through two filters like it's done in "fab filter", "antares filter", "Uhe filterscape" etc..
Cut off freq of both filters is controlled by a hydra device.

If the filter had a dry/wet slider I could control the effect of each filter much better - means the overall effect of the serial combination.

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Posted 10 July 2010 - 01:01

Got to say -1, for this one.

Personally I see it in the way, that incase one would need a wet fader, one could accomplish that anyways whenever one wanted by sending the track to 2 different sends, and then simply applying their percentage.

(Sorry but I do not see the rationale.. What is the way you guys compose of, in order for needing such a device as a native functioning? (like it is, in FL studio for example - but why could it not be accomplished by easy workarounds?)

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Posted 10 July 2010 - 01:34

(Sorry but I do not see the rationale.. What is the way you guys compose of, in order for needing such a device as a native functioning? (like it is, in FL studio for example - but why could it not be accomplished by easy workarounds?)


to me it's not about not being accomplishable, but ease of experimentation: setting up a send track to do this, to find out it doesn't sound good, takes way more time than giving the dry/wet a little nudge. (I guess I'm not so much speaking about a dry/wet device but "dry/wet for all fx" here)

and what if you have 5 (10, 20) fx in a chain where you want that? several of such tracks.. a send track for each effect?! :blink:

this is fine if you're building something specificially, but when "just" composing experimenting, it's just not an option IMHO: the fact that you would need to use a send device and a send channel just to check out how a certain effect sounds mixed with a bit of dry..... means that you *never* do that, unless you already know what you're looking for...!

and yeah, I do agree that if you know what you're looking for, even 50 send tracks are not too much, they can be named and colored after all... but for tweaking sliders to find a sound you like, it'd be just too much hassle to even bother most of the time, at least for me.

think of this as "an inline dry send channel" or something. it'd be a simpler way of doing a simple subset of what you can do with a send channel. you (theoretically) don't use word to edit a two-line ini.file, you use notepad. along that line, you might use sends when you do more with them than just retaining a bit of dry, something inline otherwise. at least that's my take on it.

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Posted 10 July 2010 - 06:45

why does filter 3 set with default model 24db pole add gain?

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Posted 19 January 2018 - 21:03

is this scriptable?
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