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MixBussLite


1: Set the STYLE knob for the kind of music you are mixing.  This knob controls the Attack & Release times of the interactive compression and affects the tonal balance within the MixBussLite.  If you aren’t sure where to start, try POP first.


2: Adjust the INPUT DRIVE so the ORANGE and YELLOW lights are glowing mostly solid. If the RED light blinks, it’s OK.  This is not a dB meter, it's a "sweet spot" meter. The more you drive the input, the more you will hear the other knobs at work.  So, crank it.  :-)


3: Adjust the COLOR to your taste.  In most settings, this control should be quite easy to hear.  Each setting has its own unique sound, so if you want more color, use TWO plugins and adjust to your taste. 


4: Love your mix.

User Guides

DrumBussLite


1: Set the STYLE knob for the kind of music you are mixing.  This knob controls the Attack & Release times of the interactive compression and affects the tonal balance within the DrumBussLite.  If you aren’t sure where to start, try POP first.


2: Adjust the INPUT DRIVE so the ORANGE and YELLOW lights are glowing mostly solid. If the RED light blinks, it’s GOOD!  This is not a dB meter, it's a "sweet spot" meter. The more you drive the input, the more you will hear the other knobs at work.  So, crank it.  :-)


3: Adjust the COLOR to your taste.  In most settings, this control should be quite easy to hear.  Each setting has its own unique sound, so if you want more color, use TWO plugins and adjust to your taste. 


4: Love your drums.

M1LimiterLite

1: The M1LimiterLite should be called the OMG plugin.  Put it LAST on your Master Fader. 


2: Set the STYLE knob for the kind of music you are mixing.  This knob controls the Attack & Release times of the interactive compressor and brick wall limiter.  This control is closely related to the amount of high and low frequency information contained in the program material.  Initially, you may NOT hear any difference, but it’s there if you listen closely.  If you aren’t sure where to start, try the POP setting first.


3: Adjust the INPUT DRIVE so the ORANGE and YELLOW lights are glowing mostly solid. If the RED light blinks, it’s OK.  This is not a dB meter, it's a "sweet spot" meter. The more you drive the input, the more limiting you will get.  Don’t hit it too hard.  The M1LimiterLite should be colorless, so use your ears!


4: Adjust the HEADROOM control to the desired output format.  For HOT digital mixes or CD’s, set to -0.01dB.  If you are creating an MP3, set to -0.30dB.  If you are sending to iTunes, set to -1.00dB.  If you are sending your mix to a Mastering Engineer, set to -3.0dB.  If you are sending for Broadcast TV, set to -4.5dB.  CLICK HERE for more information.


5: Print your mix.

SynthBussLite


1: Set the INST knob for the keyboard instrument you are mixing.  This knob controls the interactive compression and tonal balances within the SynthBussLite.  


2: Adjust the INPUT DRIVE to add volume and compression.  The effect will be most obvious when the ORANGE and YELLOW lights are glowing mostly solid. If the RED light blinks, it’s OK.  It is not a dB meter, it's a "sweet spot" meter. The more you drive the input, the more you will hear the other knobs at work.  


3: Adjust the COLOR to your taste.  In most settings, this control will be quite noticeable.  Each position will add more and more color to the sound.  Choose ‘None’ for no color; select ‘Single’ for some color;

select ‘Double or ‘Triple’ for even more... or choose ‘Max’ for maximum effect. 


4: Love your keyboard sound.

ParallelDrums


1: Insert Parallel Drums on an audio channel, Drum Aux or a Drum Sub-mix. 


2: Set the INSTRUMENT knob to the instrument you are mixing.  This knob controls the interactive compression and tonal balances within the Parallel Compressor.  When using on the insert of a Kick, select “Kick”, etc.  When using on a sub-mix, aux or on an entire kit, select “All”.


3: The RESPONSE control sets the character and response of the parallel compression.  The FAST setting will produce a smoother sound and the SLOW setting will produce a harder sound.  If you aren’t sure where to start, try the MEDIUM setting first. 


4: The PARALLEL COMPRESSION fader controls the amount of parallel compression to be added to the source (dry) signal.  Adjust to your taste.

Mix Buss EQ7


1: Adjust the incredibly smooth EQ to your taste.

2: If the red SAT light blinks, it indicates light saturation.  It’s OK, it’s a good thing.

3: Love your mix.

MicClone


1: Insert Mic Clone on an audio channel or Aux.


2: Select a microphone by clicking on a blue LED. 


3: Adjust the silver knob to your taste.  The MIN setting is no added tone.  The NORM is the normal range for Mic Clone. 

The MAX setting is an exaggerated amount of microphone character.