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Old 01-29-2019, 09:15 AM
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Default SSD5 Cymbal room bleed?

Hi all, Trying to configure cymbal crash and ride without excessive room bleed… When the overhead or room level is increased the overall kit isn’t dry anymore…Looking for something along the lines of a Steely Dan kit with dry cymbal crashes. Does anyone know how to acheive this? Thx
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Default Re: SSD5 Cymbal room bleed?

Go to edit instrument and reduce volume on room and room and maybe oh. Raise the volume for ride output.
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