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Unlike many other multi-band compressors on the market, the crossover filters on this software are designed to avoid introducing any split or recombination filter anomalies which makes it ideal as both a channel, submix-bus or master-bus insert.

You set the crossover frequencies for the 3 bands using the arrows underneath the controls box and the band gains using the control balls.
Both can be typed in as well after double clicking the control handles.


You can set both the crossover frequency and band level of a band by holding Ctrl + mouse drag. 

The minimum bandwidth of a band is one octave.


The exact gain is displayed numerically next to the band gain controls.

Note: The band gains are applied on the compressor input and are therefore affected by the amount of compression.
Higher gain leads to more compression.

This way, the amount of compression in the 3 bands can thereby be relaxed or increased.


The level of each band can be adjusted by either:

-Selecting the white node in the centre of each band and dragging it up and down. A vertical scale appears at the node position, showing the adjustment level +/- 12 dB from level.
-Selecting the white node and clicking on the pop-up text box and entering a dB level from +12 to -12 dB.
-The vertical scale and the current dB level appear when the mouse is on the node.
 -Note: It  is possible to change the zoom level on the Y-axis in case the main view graphs have reached the current view limits due to less-subtle processing settings.

 The vertical scale can be changed by clicking on the +12 on the top right edge scale to change it to +24 dB. Click again to return to +12.

The frequency of the Low/Mid and Mid/High crossover points can be adjusted by either:

  -Drag the two arrows left or right at the bottom of the display.
  -Alternatively, click on the numeric value that appears when the mouse is over the "arrow," and    then type in the new value.