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Old 10-03-2019, 11:25 PM   #12
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like Judders said, he's using it that way so that for instance, if something louder comes on one side (eg. a crash hit on the left) it doesn't compress both sides equally to accommodate the higher incoming volume, as it would if it was stereo linked

Originally Posted by foxAsteria View Post
Oh hi there, lurker... Heheh, j/k but what's "multi-mono?"
Originally Posted by Judders View Post
Not stereo linked compressors, but separate detection and gain reduction for L & R.

Scheps only panned centre or hard left/right on his Neve (set up for quad, using the pair of 1176's on the rear bus as described above by Tone Ranger) because other pan positions introduced noise.

Beware of the phantom centre moving around a bit with unlinked compressors.
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