Originally Posted by samicide
As long as you learned something that's all that matters.. so if you looked up melodyne ARA integration you'll hopefully no longer have foolish things to say like your previous quote
Do you what's even worse than your rudeness? The fact that this silly thread is on Gearslutz and not in the Steinberg forum.
As a Celemony customer since 2006, I'm aware of their recent release of ARA integration. I didn't have time to go into depth and since that member was unfamiliar with several other aspects of Cubase that currently exists, I wasn't going to throw something else at him as well.
And the only person that should be embarrassed is you. Your manners leave much to be desired.
Furthermore, I can't tell if you don't understand the concept of Send/Returns versus Inserts or if you're being flippant. Every Time-Based plugin that I own (Waves, PSP, Lexicon, etc.) has the ability to determine the output mix of said plugin. As I stated earlier, Inserts are at 100% and Send/Returns at 50%. That's the way consoles have been designed (as well as DAW's) for decades.
I'm not sure why I'd need a "Wet/Dry" knob on a compressor or channel strip, but you seem to consider yourself smart, so why don't you explain it to all of us dummies?