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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2008 5:17 pm 
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It seems to take out a lot of the lows. Is there any way around that?

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Probably not, but perhaps you can try boosting the bass or boosting the highs first using Isolator or compressor effects?

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^yep

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Or use the old mixing technique of 'layering' - play the original sample at the same time as the effected one. Eq both so the work together. You get the lofi effect plus the bass from the original 8)

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