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Multipressor Questions
Old 18th October 2013
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Multipressor Questions

Is there any way to exclude a single track from a multipressor applied on the master channel? And is there any way to maybe automate a multipressor to only last for a certain duration when applied on the master channel? I'm using Logic X if that helps. Thanks guys.
Old 18th October 2013
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Can't tell you about automation in Logic (where if possible, I can't see why you couldn't bypass the maul-the-pressor for that one object), but route everything to a buss with it and route the one to a buss without it.
Old 19th October 2013
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Both can be done in Logic, and neither should be done in Logic.

Press "a" and the automation function will become available to any tracks in your arrangement window. Massive explained how to buss everything minus your one track you wish to exclude.
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