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Old 2012-12-10, 19:35
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Again and again, missing a knob!

gain on the uhe D (I need the wet signal. but quieter!) ...
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what is the most economical volume control in Reason?
Line Mixer 6:2 ?
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Old 2012-12-10, 21:28
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gain on the uhe D (I need the wet signal. but quieter!) ...
and this is the background of this post
cheers

what is the most economical volume control in Reason?
Line Mixer 6:2 ?
Depends on what you need. Line mixer for full range gain control, but with no dB markings and lots of extra stuff you don't need. MClass Compressor (with ratio set to 1:1) for 24 dB of calibrated gain control.

Scream4 and Pulveriser (and others) can also be used by turning all the unused stuff off, but I'm not sure how economical they are in that application. Too bad the Audio Spider doesn't have level trims like the CV Spider does… ;-)
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Old 2012-12-10, 21:30
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gain on the uhe D (I need the wet signal. but quieter!) ...
and this is the background of this post
cheers

what is the most economical volume control in Reason?
Line Mixer 6:2 ?
Actually economically it doesn't really matter, they are all included in the full version of reason, available in the shop for only 405.00 EUR.

So yeah..
 

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