Can I download a de-esser for Qu-32

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  • #70205
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    Can I download a de-esser for the Qu-32 from an online FX library, somewhere?

    #70206
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    SteffenR
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    no

    #70208
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    You can download presets for the existing effects which are in the desk but you can’t change the effects which are available.

    #70210
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    Change the microphone or educate the person. I’ve never used those on live sound. Not needed with the right gear to start with or changing how person uses the mic.

    #70211
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    Just a little narrow band EQ dip in 6-8k area can solve the problem.

    #70553
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    Change the microphone or educate the person.

    Not really a thing I can do in the middle of a festival. Also not really a thing you can do when the talent is Garrison Keilor, whose sibilance will take your head off.

    Yamaha’s de-esser is a very useful tool, and not just to handle sibilance. It’s also great as a deharsher, without killing the high end on softer bits. It’s a dynamic EQ.

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