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Old 01-30-2020, 01:53 AM   #10
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However, I will bet dollars to doughnuts that you will get the same results with XCTR and then you can go past that as well.
And I bet you're wrong, but seeing that you made the claim it would be up to you to prove it.

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Both processes add harmonics, Dolby A is a nonlinear process
Well, this is plainly wrong since, if it were, it wouldn't be decode-able - which of course it is - to an acceptable value for "decode-able"

Anyhoo, you seem to be missing the point, which is that it's possible (nay, trivial) to make an *approximation* of the "Dolby A trick" using only stock Reaper fx. If you prefer multiband distortion or an enhancer, go for it. If you prefer to buy a plugin that more closely models Dolby A - do that.
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