Originally Posted by selig
If you're interested it other options, you can use sends as a side-chain ducking system which allows multiple tracks to be ducked by multiple other tracks (kick and snare ducking bass and pads, for example).
You can also do "Spectral Side-Chaining" with this brand new Combi:
Spectral Side-Chaining means that the same frequencies of the 'trigger' are ducked on the destination. Use it to duck the low frequencies of a bass track with the same frequencies of the Kick, so you don't end up ducking ALL of the frequencies as one. Kinda like multi-band ducking, but with 16 bands in this case!
topman! will look into these!