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  • Behringer iNuke DSP - how to set up a "compressor"

    It is possible to use the iNuke's dynamic EQ to emulate a wideband compressor/limiter, and if so what would be the best way to go about this? I've experimented with choosing an HS12 type filter and setting Fo to 20 Hz, but it seems like there are two possible ways to go - set gain to a negative value (e.g. -6dB) and the threshold to about the same amount, or setting the gain to a positive value and setting the threshold very low (e.g. -30dB). I'm leaning towards the latter as this boosts volume at lower signal levels, but the other approach would likely work as well if the crossover gain was adjust accordingly (e.g. if the gain is set to -3dB, adjust the x-over gain to 3dB for that channel).
    Last edited by Brian Steele; 03-20-2017, 07:30 AM.
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    The Behringer manual implies that it can limit ( LIMITDSP Module)?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Sydney View Post
      The Behringer manual implies that it can limit ( LIMITDSP Module)?
      ​That might be a reference to the power limiter feature that's available under the "Configuration" tab. Basically you can use that to set the maximum amount of power that can be delivered to each channel. It can be set in terms of reference dB or voltage. But that does only limiting, not compression.
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      • #4
        yup - figured it couldn't ( dunno )
        Behringer would probably like to sell more MDX-2600
        "Not a Speaker Designer - Not even on the Internet"
        "If the freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter."

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