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I set mine so that my loudest speech reads a gain reduction of between 6 and 10 dB.

Did you check that you don’t have some gain setting cranked up somewhere in the chain? The ‘tip’ goes into your input on the MDX, and the ‘sleeve’ goes into the maunal.

It’s time to set up the individual channels Now that you have all the wiring set up, and understand the basics how the MDX works it’s time to turn it on. Make sure all your switches are in off position.

If you end up with the LIMIT led constantly lit up, under normal levels of music or talking, then you probably want to reduce some gain earlier in the path. Specifically, how much gain your microphone delivers by itself.

Behringer MULTICOM PRO-XL MDX4600 user manual

No data is shared with Facebook unless you engage with this feature. I am basically using MDX for music ducking purpose.

My opinion is just one of a kind which, in song: Usually, a ratio of about 4: Yes any stereo trs to 2x mono ts will do. Does that make sense? No data is shared with Paypal unless you engage with this feature. In the olden days, the Behringer MDX, a four-channel, single-rackspace compressor was the perfect solution.


With this compressor, there is rather easy. I have to have the gain cranked up or I do not get anything into the MDX The expander is active when the GATE switch is not pressed no light. The three-person company steered by inventive folks formerly of Line 6 and Strymon has been turning In this hub I will walk you through a standard setup.

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Thanks for your feedback. Thanks again for providing this info. If compression results in overall level that is too low, you can increase it with this switch. I had a blast reviewing Meris’ Ottobit Jr.

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You’ll want the sound coming into the MDX from your mic to be as clean and unaltered as possible. Peaks sound really bad, so you really want the limiter to work for you. This is feature allows you to search the site.

Over the last few years I’ve really embraced channel You can easily hook up 4 mics to your compressor. Note also that the different outputs on a mixer may differ in terms of what they actually deliver. My be a link to a diagram of my well, kind of complicated set-up can show you more of what I mwnual. Finally, shut the door.

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Each channel can be used independently, or channels 2 and 4 can be daisy-chained with the previous channel for stereo processing. Music is a good choice, because it will make it fairly obvious when you apply too much compression. Now that you have all the wiring set up, and understand the basics how the MDX works it’s time to turn it on.


The dulling effect you can get with compression vanishes, and what you hear is an incredibly smooth and even sound, even when it’s effectively limited. Let’s look at the peak limiter. Start out with setting the compression ratio.

This website uses cookies As a user in the EEA, your approval is needed on a few things. This topic merits its own article, so I’ll keep it short. It is useful to compare input to output levels when adjusting settings. This allows for a smoother cut-off and is very suitable for music, or in my case, the final mix. For example, using balanced cables over unbalanced ones will help reduce noise, but unless you have very long cables it’s probably not going to matter.

Since lower-level frequency bands carry more energy than higher frequency bands, they are more likely to trigger compression, in turn reducing the gain of higher frequency bands. I’m trying to see where your wires go in your schematic, and it looks like you have the ch3 and ch4 outputs from your MDX going into a stereo channel on your mixer.

This is used to display charts and graphs on articles and the author center. When pressed, it will add a little delay before starting to cut-off your sound.

This is an ad network. This setting is perhaps the most difficult to set, so use your ear and listen to your own voice while talking as you normally would during a recording.