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side channel compression tutorial
angben
PostPosted: 01 December 2006 - 05:01:37 (251)  Reply with quote
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DJDIRTY wrote:
For anyone interested in sidechaining in CUBASE sx3 , someone sent me this video, showing how to do it in steps. Quite good if you're having trubble setting it up. It's a 17 meg .rar file - 35 mb unrared.

Thanx to whoever made the video!

here is a yousendit link.

http://s52.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=1CIY2EP8MESEP3J0KF7PCI9X1C


the file is expired....can anyone reupload it please?? sad smilie
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wim de koning
PostPosted: 08 December 2006 - 22:50:48 (993)  Reply with quote
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jaytranzmit wrote:
In Logic there's a few ways of doing it. This is what I have set up if I need any sidechaining.

1. Set up a dummy Bus channel with a no output setting (that is important). This is the router channel or "middle man" if you like.

2. The channel you want compressed, insert a compressor & choose the dummy bus channel as the key input for sidechaining on the plug in.

3. The last step is just to use the Aux send to the dummy bus channel on which ever is it you decide to use as the key i.e Kick.

Kick Aux send -> Bus channel -> Compressor sidechain input.




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also as far as compressor settings, turn off auto gain before you blow out your speakers, turn the threshold down to like -32db, and the ratio >15:1, and then adjust the gain accordingly. then i tweak the ratio/attack/release to what sounds best.


BTw- for anyone that doesnt know this, sidechain compression on Pads to the kick drum or to the high hats can sound awesome!
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centrino
PostPosted: 09 December 2006 - 20:07:16 (880)  Reply with quote
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wim de koning wrote:


BTw- for anyone that doesnt know this, sidechain compression on Pads to the kick drum or to the high hats can sound awesome!


Do you mean use the kick to trigger the compression on pads ? If yes, I just discovered that too. But use the hi hat as trigger is new to me happy

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wim de koning
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centrino wrote:
wim de koning wrote:


BTw- for anyone that doesnt know this, sidechain compression on Pads to the kick drum or to the high hats can sound awesome!


Do you mean use the kick to trigger the compression on pads ? If yes, I just discovered that too. But use the hi hat as trigger is new to me happy


actually, hi hat as a key is more suited for some types of leads,
but yea, kick as key for pads can make stuff sound pretty pro! of course its nothing new/original. just another kind of gated pad sound.
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eirforce
PostPosted: 16 January 2007 - 22:31:11 (979)  Reply with quote
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Does anyone know why the images for the Cubase tutorial are missing?

I'm lost!
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Shoma
PostPosted: 16 January 2007 - 22:41:27 (987)  Reply with quote
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eirforce wrote:
Does anyone know why the images for the Cubase tutorial are missing?

I'm lost!


Fixed that happy

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eirforce
PostPosted: 17 January 2007 - 00:16:32 (053)  Reply with quote
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Nice one, thanks a lot.
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hybrid33
PostPosted: 03 February 2007 - 05:05:18 (253)  Reply with quote
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Shoma wrote:
nils-henrik wrote:
sidechain is sooooooooo 2005


lol true


lol.. not true .... you don't need to use the in it's original amplitute reduction form.... try artistic sidechains wink .. like a sidechain on a stereo phase.. or an effect... just use your imagination wink

BTW .. I might know how to obtain the effect only (with kick input,but on kick sound leaving only the effected string, pad or bass sound..or whatever) .. the method with the M-class compression
I cand explain it if someone's interested. happy
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Shoma
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hybrid33 wrote:
Shoma wrote:
nils-henrik wrote:
sidechain is sooooooooo 2005


lol true


lol.. not true .... you don't need to use the in it's original amplitute reduction form.... try artistic sidechains wink .. like a sidechain on a stereo phase.. or an effect... just use your imagination wink

BTW .. I might know how to obtain the effect only (with kick input,but on kick sound leaving only the effected string, pad or bass sound..or whatever) .. the method with the M-class compression
I cand explain it if someone's interested. happy


what we meant, is that sidechaining got over hyped in 2005...mostly because of house tracks. But it was used for ages by mastering engineers tho

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PostPosted: 18 February 2007 - 01:41:31 (112)  Reply with quote
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truly wicked tutorial ... thank you sir cheers
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eirforce
PostPosted: 03 March 2007 - 17:38:26 (776)  Reply with quote
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Hi, I'm using Cubase SX3, and I'm stuck on the tutorial. Can anyone help?

I'm at point 3 "Route the two kicks into 2 different channels". I'm not sure how to do this.

I've duplicated my kick's MIDI hits and assigned another copy of the kick sample I'm using to the second hit (using NI's Battery), but how do I now route each one into a separate channel?

If both hits are in the same MIDI channel, I'm not sure how I split them out into a kick and a trigger?

Any ideas?
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benoster
PostPosted: 15 March 2007 - 10:15:30 (469)  Reply with quote
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superb wow

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manixdj
PostPosted: 20 March 2007 - 17:13:51 (759)  Reply with quote
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Thanks very much for this, wish I could give you some Kudos for this.....I have Reason 3 and this is a simple yet powerful effect... I love this when used as you move away from a crescendo and the kick drops back in!

Excellent Stuff! thumbsup

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choppir
PostPosted: 24 August 2007 - 21:10:45 (924)  Reply with quote
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Hi


Thanks for tha tut. I am on fruity Loops, but went throug this a few times now, but it doeznt wanna dotha thing.

Can anyone help plz?

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PostPosted: 02 December 2007 - 21:01:02 (917)  Reply with quote
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Just wanted to say that sidechaining now can be done with Ableton's built-in compressor, gate and filter. When doing it with the filter, be sure to have the envelope on.

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