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Old 10-13-2018, 04:04 PM
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Default Emphasis/De-emphasis, inverted function.

Hi,

I know how to Link plugins to streamline mix workflows...

i.e.: Grouping 2 tracks with an EQ on track 1 and track 2 - so that they 'mirror' each other when making adjustments to the plugin.

But... How do I make the other EQ perform an inverse function?

i.e.: if I adjust the EQ to 'go up' the other EQ goes down and vice versa?

Am I missing something somewhere
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Default Re: Emphasis/De-emphasis, inverted function.

Hmmm...Not sure there's a way to do that in Pro Tools, unfortunately.
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I'm pretty sure that's a Reaper feature.
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Default Re: Emphasis/De-emphasis, inverted function.

''Flipping hell''
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Default Re: Emphasis/De-emphasis, inverted function.

It'd be a cool feature I guess, but I can't think of a time I've really needed to be able to do that.
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It'd be a cool feature I guess, but I can't think of a time I've really needed to be able to do that.
It can be implemented to engineer non linear processes (a nonlinear system is a system in which the change of the output is not proportional to the change of the input), such as distortion, saturation or compression. It is a technique that's been in use for almost a hundred years!
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