Ganging parameters

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    Milhouse
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    I’ve noticed that parameters like side chains etc are not linked.
    Any way to have these linked?
    Self-ducking tracks on one side of a hard panned dual input isn’t overly ideal.

    #102114
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    KeithJ A&H
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    @Milhouse

    The settings of the sidechain (i.e. the side chain filter) are linked/matched when gate or compressor processing is ganged, it is only the sidechain souce which is not.
    In much the same way as you might want to match input or direct out trim, but not change the input or output sockets being used.
    However, a workaround if you are using lots of different sources for ducking and are constantly needing to change these (which I presume is the case as it’s the only time I can see it being a problem to alter multiple sidechain sources), would be to leave the sidechain fed from a mix, then change what you are sending to that mix on a scene-by-scene or ganged routing basis.

    Hope this helps!
    Keith.

    #102116
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    Milhouse
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    Thanks Keith, the side chain source was a group as you describe, however it was a setting thrown together in a hurry as people started commenting over their own track.

    In a similar matter it seems the polarity (part of the trim function) doesn’t gang when trim parameter is selected in the gang.

    #102117
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    KeithJ A&H
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    @Milhouse

    I don’t think it’s something we’ve had mentioned as a parameter users wanted ganged before – could you let us know more about the use case where you’d want to switch (and match) polarity on multiple channels?

    Thanks!
    Keith.

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