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  • #116840
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    eddiewarboy
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    i want to hear the compression of each individual track in my in ear monitors, i hope in a future update this can be possible.

    #116856
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    BigMerv
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    What do you mean exactly – there is compression available on all inputs and all outputs already?

    #116941
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    rkalman
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    +1, selectable tap points (now we have post eq only) for aux sends would be nice!

    #117554
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    Jackson
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    +1 would be hugely helpful for clarity of monitor mixes.

    #118271
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    willmodelisme
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    Yes, +1, would be great to have the choice.

    #118274
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    Lee7
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    Adding comp to wedges or IEM’s isn’t really the done thing. Why would you want to do such a thing?

    #118277
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    Mike C
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    Adding comp to wedges or IEM’s isn’t really the done thing. Why would you want to do such a thing?

    Putting compression on a vocal mix can make it tough from someone who “works the mic” when singing. If they hear/feel themselves getting softer or at least now getting any louder when they sing louder dynamic parts they may start pushing harder.
    I guess if your not singing…..maybe???

    In the full front of house mix a little compression can help tighten things up.

    On IEM’s peak limiting is a good safety net, actually I peak limit wedges as well.

    #118282
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    willmodelisme
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    Adding comp to wedges or IEM’s isn’t really the done thing. Why would you want to do such a thing?

    Because as sound engineers i feel I have to satisfy the artist if he request.
    And as a signer I always have comp in wedges and IEM.

    #118364
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    John
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    yes, please. we would also like the option of switching an AUX mix source point between pre/post comp

    #119632
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    Marschell
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    +1

    This little desk is basically useless for speech applications with the post fade auxes tapped of pre Compressor.
    Who at AH had this idea?

    Please make postfade auxes with post dynamics, everthing else is absolut bullxxxx

    #119633
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    Marschell
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    We are talking about post fade here, when post fade, the signal is normally post all dsp
    This is for Delay Lines, Speech Monitoring, Feeds to Translaters, Zoom and a million other usecases where you really want all dsp in that post fade aux. Monitoring is prefade, without Comp, I agree, but postfade auxes need ALL DSP.

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