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Old 05-11-2007, 10:42 PM
Iain Graham Iain Graham is offline
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Default Auto-Talkback Dim Release Time

I've been getting lazy and using auto-talkback recently, but was getting confused by it a little yesterday.

Was tracking accoustic guitar and vocal, played to a click track. Pretty standard session.

Due to the release time of the dim from auto-talkback mode, the talent wasn't hearing Bar 1 Beat 1 of the click in their headphones. I could hear it in the control room, but they weren't getting it from the cue 1 output.

They were coming in fine on the 2 of whatever bar they started playing on, but it made it a little weird for me to listen to.

I was just wondering if anyone had come accross this before or if there was a way of changing the release time of the dim function?
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