Re: [ecasound] Sidechaining a compressor with ecasound?

From: Julien Claassen <>
Date: Mon Sep 19 2011 - 18:54:51 EEST

Hi Massy!
   If you do that, you must have a chain with three input channels. so you
must be deavious and use the channel copying to your advantage. I suppose you
must start out with mono or stereo chains and then temporarily go into a chain
with 3 channels. Still it's bloody aweful, since sc3 has three inputs, but two
outputs. I'm not sure what Ecasound will say to that. It looks rather
difficult to map two outputs of sc3 to three outputs of the chain.
   this is not much help, I agree, but perhaps it can lead youa little way on
your chosen path.
   Warm regards

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