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How does the sidechain on 'Sweetspot Morphing Channel Strip' work?

Posted: Sat Sep 15, 2018 10:38 pm
by Richard_Y
Hi, I have just set-up a UR44 interface and am starting to work with the 'Basic FX Suite' on-board the unit. Very impressed so far. One thing I can't find in the documentation or online searches so far, is how the sidechain on the compressor in the channel strip actually works. Unlike other compressors you don't seem to be able to enable/disable it? Are the sidechain filter settings always applied, or is there a way of making it the whole simple frequency independent signal? If they are always on (seems odd?) then presumably to get close to a 'normal' compressor I should set Q as low as possible, set the Frequency at some mid value, and the Gain at 0? Thanks for any help anyone can offer! Cheers!

Re: How does the sidechain on 'Sweetspot Morphing Channel Strip' work?

Posted: Thu Dec 27, 2018 10:35 am
by rehan22
I am also looking for the same query.

Re: How does the sidechain on 'Sweetspot Morphing Channel Strip' work?

Posted: Fri Jul 26, 2019 3:19 pm
by Donnyten1
Can someone please chime in? Old thread but instead of making another thread I will resurrect this one.

Re: How does the sidechain on 'Sweetspot Morphing Channel Strip' work?

Posted: Wed Dec 04, 2019 9:02 pm
by AbFord
Finally digging into my UR 44 and had the same question.
Really disappointed that here on the Steinberg forum no mod has answered.
This is not the support level I expected buying your product.