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How tu use OTB Parallel compression?
Old 18th January 2013
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How tu use OTB Parallel compression?

Hey Slutz,

i wana toy around with parallel compression. I have a Beat i want to use my OTB compressor to blend the compressed signal into the Beat. If i run the Beat thru my desk thru the compressor back into my DAW, to have a seperate track for the compressed beat, how to i get it alligned properly so that i dont have phasing issues? How to deal with the latency till the signal goes back into my audiointerface?
Old 18th January 2013
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What software are you using? Sounds like a HW delay compensation thing.

You could always print the return of the compressor and align it manually.
Old 18th January 2013
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pro tools 10 is the daw.

this is exactly how im doing it at the moment. but maybe there is a better way? Hardware delay compensating, will research about it.
Old 18th January 2013
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Thanks got it working!
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