Dry/Wet on FX= Gain reduction?
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    Default Dry/Wet on FX= Gain reduction?

    Hey guys,

    Maybe I've got a setting wrong on TPro, but i'm trying to set up a good stutter/delay effect using a highpass filter and the beatmasher2, however every time I try to fade out my stutter with the dry/wet knob, it seems to lower the overall gain of the track....

    Anyone know of a better way to accomplish this? Should I not be fading the effect with the dry/wet?

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    has the dry/wet mapped to gain in the past? if so unmap it. but using dry/wet to fade an effect in/out is fine, works for me anyway

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    hum... It's never been mapped to the gain in the past as far as I know. Maybe I'll double check

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    thinking about it, could be the filter?

    that might be dropping the volume a bit

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    i find that the volume drops when i turn the beatmasher on is that normal?
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    where is dry/wet set?

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