Re: [LAU] 'Reverse' gates?

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Date: Tuesday, December 31, 2013 - 8:38 am

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On 12/31/2013 03:34 AM, Tweed wrote:

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On 12/31/2013 03:34 AM, Tweed wrote:

On 12/30/2013 08:38 PM, Andrew C
wrote:

Hello everyone,

Is there a ladspa plugin that is a 'reverse' gate of
sorts? i.e removing noises louder than a certain db, but
keeping quieter ones? Or do I need just have to learn how
to use gates properly?

Thanks!

Andrew.

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I think you could set up a parallel opposite polarity gate that
would do this:
Channel 1 - Ungated.
Channel 2 - mult of channel one gated, opposite polarity.
They get summed to the same ch/buss.  ie.  they are not
respectively panned L and R
when these 2 are summed and gate is bypassed >> the 2 chs
sum to null.
when gate is active and closed you just hear ch1.
when gate is active and open loud parts getting thru gate on
reverse polarity ch 2 phase cancel the corresponding loud parts on
channel 1 closing dynamically to leave the softer parts.  it
requires accurate channel sync. 
I messed around with this a few years ago trying to make a poor
man's roger nichols dynamizer multizone compressor with just
parrallel busses,gates,compressors.  it kinda worked :)

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