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 How can I use the ECS-410 Everest to add tube or discrete transistor distortion to a track during mixing or tracking?

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PostSubject: How can I use the ECS-410 Everest to add tube or discrete transistor distortion to a track during mixing or tracking?   Fri Feb 27, 2009 1:36 pm

Run the signal into the DriveBus input and the DriveBus output back into the recording or live sound system
TouchPatch: No Route (this means nothing is internally routed to the DriveBus)
Drive bus to Tube or Solid State mode
Drive to 10, output to proper level
Adjust Drive and Output controls for the right amount of distortion
Need more distortion? Use the Dynamics section to add more gain:
TouchPatch: Dyn-DriveBus
Run signal into Dynamics input, out DriveBus
Threshold high so NO compression on meter
Use GAIN to add more gain to the DriveBus, all the way to complete distortion
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