That is an example where filtering on the
ChannelRack’s preamp can come in handy. Strip a signal of excess
frequencies. It just clutters up the mix. Just
clean it up and polish a bit at recording stage. You’ll end up
using less processing in the mixing stage. If I recall correct ScopeRise has a
good article on the 3d field in mixing.
That may have been 'Mastering The Cube' which I'll come to later in
the MultiCOMP discussion.
Ray: There were requests to make the
ChannelRack stereo but since I had already made stereo compressors
and equalisers which imho could do the job I thought it would be
obsolete. The only thing missing seems to be an effective gate or
expander. The kind of processing on the Rack we tend to use more on
voices or guitars, basses, kicks and snares or other instruments.
Keyboards and synths have a wide frequency spectrum and most of the
time a lot is done on the synth itself or with other processors I