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Dyno-Mite
Old 15th January 2016
  #1
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Dyno-Mite

It's free with Harrison Mixbus3, and maybe you don't hear much at -2, or -4. But try putting Dyno-Mite on the Master. And use -8 (or +10) then press the Dry button. Interesting and sometimes useful.

Who else is using Dyno-Mite?

best, john
Old 16th January 2016
  #2
Gear Maniac
Interesting use. I have never used that thing on master but only for percussive materials to trim sustain and sometimes on piano. I will try it out. the music you are making must be drum influenced if you are using it on master my guess. like dance and hiphop.
Old 16th January 2016
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Originally Posted by Smallworld View Post
Interesting use. I have never used that thing on master but only for percussive materials to trim sustain and sometimes on piano. I will try it out. the music you are making must be drum influenced if you are using it on master my guess. like dance and hiphop.
Well actually it's a 48k transcription of the Beatles, "Help!" LP (box set). Running the Dyno-Mite at -6 to -8 made things just a little more smooth. Sort of like an expensive cartridge running in the 'locked' room at the local hi-fi store (when there were hi-fi stores).

Drums eh? I wonder how Americana, rock and roll, and punk drums would sound using Dyno-Mite. Gotta try that. Thanks!

best, john
Old 22nd May 2017
  #4
Gear Guru
Dyno Mite works well on drums.... Its a bit like Devil Loc.
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