Dynamics on FX sends

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    ctrl-z
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    I find it helpful to compress the signal hitting a drum verb a bit to maintain the characteristics of the wet sound in the mix when the drumming is widely dynamic- brushes and sticks can have a similar ambience in the PA, for example. Started doing this for musical theatre vocals awhile back and it helped a great deal; the dynamic range those guys sometimes give you can make FX seem non existent or comically overdone in the space of a few seconds. In many instances you can’t compress the channel itself a great deal without getting into other issues, so to squish the send to internal FX would be great.

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    Can’t you change the point in the channel strip where the aux sends are taken off? It might be as simple as changing the take off point.

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    I’ve noticed this too. Especially when you have a 300ms delay on a compressed vocal and he gets really loud and the delay gets way out there and the dry vocal stays where it should be because of compression.

    Seems I couldn’t find the right pre/post setting to change it.

    Ron

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