Sweet Spot morphing & REV-X usage

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Sweet Spot morphing & REV-X usage

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I was wondering if anyone prefer using sweet spot morphing rather than inserting your own plugins for EQ and compressors.

http://download.steinberg.net/downloads ... ual_en.pdf

Based on the diagram, two inputs go to the compressor ( one original input, the other from side-chain signal), then goes to a very simple 3 band EQ and output is return after "gain" application.

Has anyone used it on group channels? It seems this is more made for novices.

What about with a single X-Verb? How do you guys utilize it ( what scenarios)? I assume you use it as Send FX.

Any help would be appreciated.

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