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Old 25th February 2013
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Originally Posted by Aisle 6 View Post
Run the pink noise through the HPF and not the compressor. Pink noise through the HPF and into your DAW. Then strap an RTA plug on the DAW channel and you will get a visual cue of the slope. Good luck.
The HPF has no input(s); it just has two TRS cables coming out that go sidechain to the comp.

Thanks, everyone. j2dafo is right, for me - a ballpark guess is absolutely fine for my needs.

I'm still struggling with the interpretation of what I'm seeing using the signal generator. Using 80hz, it looks like this:
  • Bypass - -13
  • 0.1 - GR of -7
  • 0.15 - GR of -8
  • 0.22 - GR of -10
  • 0.47 - GR of -12
When I change to 150hz, it looks like this:
  • Bypass - -13
  • 0.1 - GR of -9
  • 0.15 - GR of -10
  • 0.22 - GR of -11
  • 0.47 - GR of -12 but maybe -13

When I change to 220hz, it looks like this:
  • Bypass - -13
  • 0.1 - GR of -10
  • 0.15 - GR of -11
  • 0.22 - GR of -12
  • 0.47 - GR of -13 (no change)
Does this seem right? I'm just struggling here to understand this...