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Master Buss compressor in a Multigrid?

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Is there an efficient way to have a compressor on the stereo output of the Multigrid? I can easily setup a submix for my Reverbs and Delays, but what's the best way to add Sounds (shared between tracks) that would be inline on the main output? (Of course, this could be any dynamics processing on the Master Buss (e.g. EQ, Compression)).

Anyone have a solution?

asked Jan 30, 2017 in Using Kyma by jonbellona (Adept) (1,200 points)

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One solution would be to feed all tracks into a submix that goes through a final track with your compression/EQ on its input.  On the Mixer layout of the Multigrid, you could attenuate the direct outputs of all but the final track so you hear only the mix going through the last stage of compression and EQ.
answered Jan 31, 2017 by ssc (Savant) (115,070 points)
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I find the default Kyma limiter in Stereo mode works well as a 'master limiter'

    name -> Limiter
    sideChain -> GenericSourceSample
    input -> GenericSourceSample
    type -> compressor
    ratio -> 200
    threshold -> 0.316228
    attackTime -> 0.01 s
    releaseTime -> 0.5 s
    delay -> 0.01 s
    gain -> 1
    stereo -> true

answered Feb 20, 2017 by cristian-vogel (Master) (8,000 points)