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keano wrote:Actually you can do it and I have done it. I use UAD-1 LA2A set for very low compression just to touch on peaks. Later on if I need more compression I will add it.
No right nor wrong.
GSpotSoldier wrote:So if your running Cubase SX3 you can use the Insert function to insert the Dyanamics Compressor.
This is from the manual
As the name implies, insert effects are inserted into the audio signal path - this means that the audio will be routed through the effect. You can add up to eight different insert effects (five in Cubase SL) independently for each audio channel (audio track, group channel track, FX channel track, VST Instrument channel or ReWire channel) or bus. The signal passes through the effects in series from the top downwards, with the signal paths shown in this figures (for Cubase SX and Cubase SL, respectively):
So would it be wise to do this. Should i roll with an external compressor for my MXL 2006 mic. Or could i just use this option?
I got Cubase SX3 and Nuendo 3.0 also Adobe Audition 1.5 that I will be using for mixing and laying vocals.
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