Help with Multiband distortion crossover

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    • #123702
      ,[email protected]
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      Anyone know if you can change the crossover settings on say trash 2? I find the crossover settings on most Multiband distortions are always pre distortion. I want it post distortion. (EQ crossover cut after distortion) So then its a natural input from the sub as if it were a single band and then yeah eq cut afterward distortion if this makes sense. Finding it very frustrating and don’t want to create busses etc to achieve this as this is the whole point of Multiband distortion. Any help would be amazing! x

    • #123864
      ,GENIE HQ
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      Anyone know if you can change the crossover settings on say trash 2? I find the crossover settings on most Multiband distortions are always pre distortion. I want it post distortion. (EQ crossover cut after distortion) So then its a natural input from the sub as if it were a single band and then yeah eq cut afterward distortion if this makes sense. Finding it very frustrating and don’t want to create busses etc to achieve this as this is the whole point of Multiband distortion. Any help would be amazing! x

      Hey there, this feature is usually inbuilt in most Izotope plugins 😀
      You just click on the graph panel as shown in the image below, and move the order of the modules around.
      (image is for Alloy 2, but should be the same idea for Trash?)

      https://imgur.com/a/WjYX9Ew

    • #125544
      ,shrike
      Participant

      What DAW are you in? I usually handle this in live or Bitwig by splitting out freq layers using EQ, and then I distort before or after those eq’s, depending on what I am going for. I use trash all the time, but I don’t use it’s onboard “bells and whistles” like the limiter or multiband very often, for the very reasons you are asking.

      It depends on whether it will give me exactly what I want, and if it does great, but if not I sculpt it out using the DAW.

      I do rearrange the signal flow a fair amount, as Genie describes in the image he linked to

      _-| get to work |-_

    • #126210
      ,[email protected]
      Participant

      Yeah thanks shrike. Its just bit of a pain really doing it manually. Was hoping there was something I missed that just a simple button of pre/post . But yeah thought it wasn’t possible. Joe ford does it that way also in his tutorial. Obviously for a reason. I use fl studio. So im just gunna have to save a routing patch etc so I don’t have to do it all the time lol. Thanks for your input guys. much appreciated

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