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Old 2012-12-01, 23:42
Elronncee Elronncee is offline
 
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Originally Posted by tincture View Post
You could put a compressor or maximiser after your roll echo and automate the bypass/on or input (or output) gain so that it triggers when you trigger the roll to increase the gain to compensate for the drop in volume. You could probably combinate the whole set-up and automate the gain increase to a button or rotary on the combinator for easier automation/triggering.
Yeah, this is what I ended up doing. I just feel like it's the cheap way to do it. I'd like to learn how to use more mergers and splitters, but haven't really gotten around to it yet.
 

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