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Drawmer DS201 as de-esser?
Old 2 weeks ago
  #1
Gear Head
 

Drawmer DS201 as de-esser?

Hello

I am fooling around with a DS201, I have seen some mentions that it can be used as a de-esser but can't find clear instructions

I would be very grateful if someone could explain this technique

Thanks!
Old 2 weeks ago
  #2
Lives for gear
 

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Originally Posted by Broken whammy View Post
Hello

I am fooling around with a DS201, I have seen some mentions that it can be used as a de-esser but can't find clear instructions

I would be very grateful if someone could explain this technique

Thanks!

https://www.drawmer.com/uploads/manu...ors_manual.pdf

Its through setting the filters to isolate the sibilance area, or can be done through an external trigger from an EQ.


Brad
Old 2 weeks ago
  #3
Gear Head
 

Hi Brad

Thanks for your advice!

I did look at the manual before posting but it doesnt specifically mention De-essing

I take it you boost or isolate unwanted frequencies into the sidechain either with the internal filters or an external eq as you say and then set the gate to duck?

One of the posts I saw mentioned using a compressor as well? Is there a technique that would require that?

Sorry if this is elementary stuff, I like to understand what is the accepted method in case I have missed something.

Kind regards
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