asked Jul 21 '14 at 19:51 by Andreilg (96)

edited Jul 23 '14 at 18:03

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I've been making many FX Layer devices lately but I noticed that the output goes up the more chains I am using. So I created two tracks with the same audio clip and put a tool device with phase flip on to detect any audio differences. I manually set the gain for the FX Layers (with empty chains) to be as transparent as possible. However these are not exact and at high volumes you can hear the differences. I was wondering, what is the formula for getting the actual numbers of transparency for these? I'd like to make completely transparent FX Layers from now on.

Edit: I figured it out. Just take the number of chains you are using and calculate the log base 10 of the square of that number.

Maybe put a Tool in between every FX and turn down the amp? I don't know if thats what you're looking for >.<

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answered Jul 22 '14 at 07:52 by TristanMendoza (190)

It's not...

  — (Jul 22 '14 at 08:34) Andreilg

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