I've downloaded the last update, the new compressors programs. (in Logic Studio) I would like to filter the low frequencies so that I can compress tracks in a more natural way (I wonna get rid of the ring sound.)
I can see a blinking "Q" near ProgMode. I read all the pages on the forum but I really don't understand. And I'm quite used to side chaining..
Can someone please explain to me how to route the signals?
Giancarlo wrote: * also au version is working. Users experienced issues in logic audio. THIS VERSION DOESN'T SUPPORT MULTIPLE BUSSES, it means you should find a way for using all 4 inputs and ROUTE in some way your sidechain signal to inputs 3/4. If you do so, it will start working. Don't create new busses, they will not be recognized. This AU version works on a single bus, multiple inputs with this configuration.
Usually when I do a side chain, I open a comp,(I see the side chain input on the upper-right) I send the track 2 a buss, and set the input into the comp (name of the buss that I've created)
So even though the side chain comp programs are working beautifully in Windows Reaper. With the same exact settings, they are not in Mac Reaper, at least not in 64bit Reaper beta with the Reaper x86 bridge. Anyone else, reports with Mac and Reaper?
OK I'm pretty sure the answer to this is 'No' - but is there any chance this could be made work in Ableton Live 8 (Win7 32-bit) - I would love to see a sidechain plugin specifically for Nebula developed - like the way TC Powercore's is which I use a lot.
Yep, I've tried loads of combinations ( last Ableton version on Osx) and it's just a mess... I think for now this SChain availability is just for few daws. Maybe in a future there will be an update which could gave us a better, easier way to work with in this particular way
yes, sidechain should be supported very well by VST, there are issues on AU because we should generate a double bus. But it would cause overcomplicated code, which is not what we need now (bugs, other issues). I would prefer that other developments are completed before.