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lib192

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1 Posted on 06/24/2013 at 00:41:53
Sidechain
Back in the analog area, audio effects with a sidechain circuit were rare and usually among the most expensive. So sidechain was used only in big productions to fine tune the processing of certain recordings. With modern DAWs, sidechains are now available to everyone and most dynamic processors include them. Nowadays, people use the sidechain to create sound effects that are very common in electronic music.

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2 Posted on 06/29/2013 at 00:37:45
31 band graphic in the side-chain and or ring modulator can produce sum inst-ring FX (remember flower power 1969) in conventional music.and electronic music much fun to be had with the side-chain [the ring modulator can suppress the fundamental leaving only the harmonics to be processed]
the graphic enables fine control of the harmonics in the in the control side-chain and control d roll off of base
KEEP THE TUBES A GLOWING AND THE MUSIC FLOWING.
kind regards Stephen Muir-Field retired PYE technical department
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