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    Anyone tried it, bought it a few days ago, looking forward to trying it out this weekend.
    Bought it for Master bus purposes.

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    Daking makes good audio gear....you'll probably like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miroslav View Post
    Daking makes good audio gear....you'll probably like it.
    Yeah read some good critique on it, so I have my hopes up.
    Not used comp on the master bus before, but I'm very keen to try it out.

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    Keep it subtle on the master buss for most types of music....though I'm sure some stuff might enjoy getting hit a little harder.

    I've been running an Overstayer Stereo VCA on my master bus on the last bunch of mixes I've done, and it took a few passes to find where it was helping the mix, but I like it now.
    Does the FET III have a Mix option, so that you can blend the dry signal with the compressed?
    I have the on the Overstayer, and I find that knob to be the most rewarding. First dialing in a certain amount of compression with the Mix knob full wet, and then when I find the flavor I'm after, I turn back the Mix knob and blend the the dry signal back in. Usually end up with it around 2/3 wet.

    Post back how you like the FET III. That's a nice chunk of $$$ for one of those!

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    Yeah, I plan on going with a low ratio at first and just hitting the needle lightly.
    There's no mix knob, but there is a variable high pass filter, which can be quite usefull.
    Sure I'll post back my impressions.

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    Worked like a charm, great sounding versitale and very nice looking. Tried it on the 2 bus and on bass, also tried it as a limiter on a pre master. Very nice indeed.

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    Please post comparisons. With and without.


    Please!?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmys69 View Post
    Please post comparisons. With and without.


    Please!?!
    I'll try doing some in a short while.

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    Cool! Look forward to it
    I really...really...REALLY have no idea what I'm talking about...AT ALL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey Allen View Post
    Cool! Look forward to it
    Me too seeing it's been 5 years since he got it.

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