Started by Harbinger, July 11, 2009, 23:51:11
Quote from: "LPChip"I indeed think there's a configuration issue in your chain.
Quote from: "LPChip"If you ensure that only the first plugin of your chain is assigned to an instrument or a channel or the master checkbox has been checked and the other plugins in the chain aren't assigned nor their master checkbox are checked it should use the correct path.
Quote from: "LPChip"Secondly, you have the wet/dry ratio. If its 100% dry, it will send the output of the plugin to the next plugin in the chain. If its 100% wet, it will basically skip this plugin and head to the next in the chain.
Quote from: "LPChip"If you want to control the volume of the entire chain, you can succeed in controlling the wet/dry of the last plugin in the chain only. Assign that plugin to an empty channel, and put your Zxx and /xx commands in there.
Quote from: "Harbinger"Well, that's different. So should i set all of the Wet/Dry sliders for the secondary VSTs (down the line in the Master chain) to 0%? I thought if the Master setting was not enabled for those, the Wet-Dry setting would apply to the incoming signal from the preceding VST.
QuoteYou can only use the wet/dry control for controlling the volume of instrument plugins, as they have no input sound and a completely dry sound will thus be silence. For effect plugins the plugin will ALWAYS pass sound on, if dry then it passes what comes in, if wet then it processes and passes the result to the next plugin in the chain. If you set the last plugib to 100% dry, it will simply bypass the last plugin.