Split a part into four different, nonoverlapping
frequency bands, then
process each band individually.
Multiband processing is particularly
powerful with guitar, as applying
distortion to separate bands gives a
focused, detailed sound.
Create four audio tracks, then record
your guitar part into one of them.
After recording, click on the guitar
part, then option-drag into the three
other tracks to create four copies of
the same track.
Insert the Multipressor in Track
1’s top insert slot, and doubleclick
on it to open the GUI. Set
the three crossover frequencies
to 100Hz, 520Hz, and 3,500Hz.
Set all gain makeup controls to +6.0dB and all ratios to 1.000.
Insert your guitar amp
of choice (e.g., Guitar
Amp Pro) in the insert
slot following the
Multipressor, and choose
an amp sound you like.
Multipressor and guitar amp
to copy them into the same
inserts on the three other
Open up the Track
and solo the first
band. Solo bands
2, 3, and 4 in the
Tracks 2, 3, and 4,
Pan the four tracks as
desired to create a huge
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Multipressor into a
crossover. The other