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Old 06-08-2007, 09:06 AM
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Default Multi-channel vs Multi-mono plugs on 5.1 tracks

Wondering if anyone can tell me what they're using for compression and limiting on multi-channel audio tracks. If I'm used to using the Waves C4 and L1 on stereo tracks, do I need to get into the Waves 360Surround bundle to get multi-band compression and limiting on 5.1 tracks? Or are the newer plugs like the L3Multimaximizer multi-channel capable? The Waves site is unclear as to which plugs are multi-channel capable.

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