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Buss Drum in PTLE = Phase Problems??

Discussion in 'Drums' started by gato1976, Apr 16, 2003.

  1. gato1976

    gato1976 Guest

    Hi everyone, I want to make a stereo bus of my drums so i can compress it to hell and blend it with the original kit.

    Is Phase a problem in a situation like this? :D


    Mariano
     
  2. realdynamix

    realdynamix Well-Known Member

    :) I have done it in analog and found no noticable phase problems. Digital may have a latency but, you should be able to adjust those tracks back for a minumum of phase problems, provided they are seperate tracks.

    Also, all precautions for phase problems should have been resolved when you tracked the original drums, including the kick with respect to the rest of the kit, and visa versa. Try it, see what you come up with. Here is a link you might be interested in.
    http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/~rhulse/Side Chain/sidechain.htm

    --Rick
     
  3. Mario-C.

    Mario-C. Active Member

    the bus delay might not be an issue, but plug in latency may cause phase problems depending on the plug in used and how many you insert on a given track, if you have pro tools you can compensate with the time adjuster plug in (i think)

    if you think you are hearing phasiness in your samples check everything in mono first, if you hear any weird changes ( like the sound thinning out ) you may have phase problems, if you don't everything is ok...
     
  4. Kurt Foster

    Kurt Foster Distinguished Member

    Cubase and Nuendo have plug in compensation also. You could copy the drum tracks to another set of tracks and nudge them forward a bit and then run those to the bus for compression. That should work. Kurt
     

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