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Old 9th October 2019
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Effect affecting other channels

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I have a weird problem with studio one that I've been noticing recently. Sometimes when I add an effect directly to one of my vocal channels, it begins to affect other channels in a very low volume. I can hear it even when the affected channel is mute sometimes. But when I solo the channel it the effect, the effect on the affected channel disappears. I really need help here. It makes my whole mix sound muddy as hell. Anyone?
Old 9th October 2019
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I forgot to mention. It is Studio one 4. The last effect I used is the Valhalla delay and reverb plugins. And it was applied on the backing vocals but affected the lead vocal transparently. In a way
Old 13th October 2019
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I forgot to mention. It is Studio one 4. The last effect I used is the Valhalla delay and reverb plugins. And it was applied on the backing vocals but affected the lead vocal transparently. In a way
Console shaper with crosstalk enabled?
Old 14th October 2019
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Console shaper with crosstalk enabled?
Console shaper? I've seen it enabled somewhere around but I dont even know what it does so i left it alone. That's the culprit isnt it.
Old 14th October 2019
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Console shaper? I've seen it enabled somewhere around but I dont even know what it does so i left it alone. That's the culprit isnt it.
Yes, probably - it’s called ‘Mix FX’ and you enable/disable at the top of bus channel strips. Check your main output channel first. It’s designed to emulate the drive, channel spill (crosstalk) and noise of analogue mixers and it operates throughout the whole mix engine.
Old 14th October 2019
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Yes, probably - it’s called ‘Mix FX’ and you enable/disable at the top of bus channel strips. Check your main output channel first. It’s designed to emulate the drive, channel spill (crosstalk) and noise of analogue mixers and it operates throughout the whole mix engine.
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Old 14th October 2019
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Hello everyone,
I'll get straight to it.
I have a weird problem with studio one that I've been noticing recently. Sometimes when I add an effect directly to one of my vocal channels, it begins to affect other channels in a very low volume. I can hear it even when the affected channel is mute sometimes. But when I solo the channel it the effect, the effect on the affected channel disappears. I really need help here. It makes my whole mix sound muddy as hell. Anyone?
youve got your mix fx turned on.
creates crosstalk ala some custom handwired mixing consoles.
just turn it off.

it WILL change your mix, if you are already finished mixing.
Old 15th October 2019
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youve got your mix fx turned on.
creates crosstalk ala some custom handwired mixing consoles.
just turn it off.

it WILL change your mix, if you are already finished mixing.
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