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How to apply digital gain? 1 year 6 months ago #49806

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Is there any way to apply digital gain with the 2x4 advanced plugin? The input and output gain controls seem to work like attenuators, with the maximum at 0db, but how to apply positive gain?

The purpose of this is to create a DSP for monitoring sound in noisy environment, the compressor reduces the dynamic range but I'd need to compensate by applying digital gain. Normally compressors have a make-up gain control for this but I don't see it in this case.

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How to apply digital gain? 1 year 5 months ago #50276

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Is there any way to apply digital gain with the 2x4 advanced plugin? The input and output gain controls seem to work like attenuators, with the maximum at 0db, but how to apply positive gain?

The purpose of this is to create a DSP for monitoring sound in noisy environment, the compressor reduces the dynamic range but I'd need to compensate by applying digital gain. Normally compressors have a make-up gain control for this but I don't see it in this case.

Thanks


Yes - you use the 'High Shelf' or 'Low Shelf' selections in the EQ window. (I have done this with a 2x4 and also a nanoDIGI 2x8.)

Andy

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