Bleeding problem in Logic

TongueFlap

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Hello....



Right i have some info for you.

I was soloing a track in logic. i had a sampler with a piano, compressor and some delay loaded. I was listening (soloing) to my piano loop and for some reason i could hear a very very faint snare sound in the background. This got me very puzzled for about 2 days and was thinking hmmmm can channels bleed in logic??!?

Eventually I clicked and found that my preset (one that i had made) on the compressor was side chained to the snare track but the wet/dry had been put very low.
Hence why i could hear it when i solo'd the track.

Not a clue how this happened

Soo.. if u get the same thing check your side chains.
(most of u prob do and its prob just me being a 'tard)

ha!
 

T Leaf

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you assign a peak monitor track to an audio track to make the audio track duck beneath the peak monitor track. mainly used in dance though. good mastering doesnt generally need much. but you can fashion a nice sound from doing side chaining. other than that is just pushes for extra headroom (y)
 
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