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wet/dry output of effected audio

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yo problem am solve.

from the user manual:

The mix section controls the overall mix between the dry input signal and the wet, post FX signal. The mix is defined separately for low and high frequencies with the Low and High knobs. Link synchronises the two knobs.

solution: link both knobs and set to full wet (probably 100% to the right)

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mate you are a legend - thanks very much!

so you have a copy of the manual then?

would love to get a look at that!!!

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;D Yeah, this place has been rocking this week.... flooded with new posts, and I first couldn't believe that this thread hit it's 2nd page on the first day! Nice work! :)

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You guys rock - in one day you got it sorted...

Compared with this - http://www.inthemix.com.au/forum/showthread.php?t=224431

Go team SP!  :clap:

I could've copied and pasted into the copied and pasted ITM thread - but whats the point?

I did consider replying there for a second - did you spaz?

;D Yeah, this place has been rocking this week.... flooded with new posts, and I first couldn't believe that this thread hit it's 2nd page on the first day! Nice work! :)

"On behalf of Dr.Spaz and myself, Dr.Nac - I'd like to thank the academy, God, our parents and most of all .... "

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yeah guys thanks again - tried itm but i will look no further than this site in the future!!!

one of you nice fellows even emailed me a copy of the manual!!

thanks again to everyone who tried to give me some help - i'm sure i'll be pestering you guys again in the near future for something..

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yeah guys thanks again - tried itm but i will look no further than this site in the future!!!

If you need ideas on how to flame, then itm's the bestest place of all...

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