I there any way I can share a DSP between several channel (e.g. a group DSP) but still be able to set/adjust the dry/wet level individually for each channel?
If not I was thinking about playing to identical channels (for each sound) where one is routed directly to the output and one to a channel group with the DSP. Can I expect this to work or will there be phasing problems or other problems?
I am using the software engine.
Jakob Schou Jensen
- schou asked 12 years ago
What if we’re using an EQ?
How does one control the level of effect that a DSP has (similar to reverb’s wet/dry parameters)
In addition, I’m trying to apply an EQ to my entire mix, except for one channelgroup. Can the network be rewired to accomplish this?
you have to do extra dsp connections yourself from the channel to the output of the dsp effect to bypass it. You will then have 2 connections (or more if you use reverb) coming out of the channel, so it will be twice as loud. This is where you control wet/dry and the sum of the output with DSP::setOutputMix or DSP::setInputMix.
This is what the dsp_effectperspeaker example demonstrates in a way.
There’s no other way to do it right now. Looking at a dsp graph (ie the one in the documentation in the dsp tutorial) you can see the connection issues that are there. If you want a dry path and a wet path, you have to make multiple connections in the graph.
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