De-Esser

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  • #71913
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    De-esser on an insert in a channel can be so much better than using EQ to compensate on certain mics such as headsets.
    Similar to how it functions on the D-live.

    Cheers in advance!

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    Zero
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    +1

    #72130
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    Seven79
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    +1

    #72770
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    Subtower
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    +1

    #72791
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    looloosha
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    Please 🙏🙏

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    #72795
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    Gerry Winkl
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    Yes! +1! Even Yamahas M7CL has that. It’s really usefully!

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    +1

    #72800
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    Rob
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    +1

    #72811
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    Yann
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    +1

    #72912
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    Lauren
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    Yes, please. How is this not a standard feature on a console this new?

    #72953
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    looloosha
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    Yes. This need to be a thing.

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    #73000
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    Knacker
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    +1

    #73451
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    jeret356
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    Really need this.

    #73480
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    PatrickTylza
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    +1 – this is a MUST

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    There actually is a workaround for this. SQ’s compressors do have external sidechain input so you can create your own DeEsser – all you need is an extra channel and a group.

    1. Patch the desired physical input to an extra channel, so you have two channels receiving the same input signal
    2. You route one of the channels to a group then the group to the master bus
    3. Route the other, second channel OUT of the master bus and all groups, so that it won’t come out of your master bus
    4. Apply HPF on the second, unrouted channel slightly below the “ess” freqency
    5. Pick up the “ess” frequency on the PEQ and boost it +15dB with a narrow Q (as shown on the attached picture)
    6. Turn on the compressor on a group where the first channel was routed and set it’s sidechain input to the secon, unrouted, eq’ed channel.
    7. Voila. The group comp is now your de-esser.

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