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  1. May 27,  · Now what a lookahead does is it is telling the noise gate, hey, make sure that you are actually processing 10 milliseconds ahead of time before any incoming audio signal comes in. So it’s just going to make the noise gate more accurate. It’s going to give it some time to prepare to open a little bit of time to prepare to close.
  2. Aug 16,  · Noise gate for live vocal looping? Hey everyone, I have a Boss RC loop station that I am having an absolute blast with and once I finally get arrangements down, I plan to play live with it.
  3. Jun 29,  · I can see a noise gate being used effectively for fast type metal rhythms where you can get some definition between strumming. Do some more research and get what you need for your requirements. Blaklynx is offline Quote Quick Reply. post #9 of 23 Old , AM. linuxpenguin. Join Date: Jan
  4. Noise gates belong in every professional recording setup. The purpose of a noise gate is to stop unwanted sounds from being picked up by microphones that are turned on, and knowing how to use one is an important skill for any aspiring producer to have. Thanks to technological advancements, modern noise gates have never been so easy to operate.
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  6. Sep 11,  · Gates make a lot mroe sense to me. It's especially annoying with noise supressors when you hear this kinda trail of noise fading out after you play, and the gate stops that instantly. If you've got a proper high-gain and a well EQ'd tone, noise shouldn't be too noticable when you're playing with a gate.
  7. Jan 30,  · Sounds like it would only get rid of noise brought on by your guitar pickups and some slight RF interference in that configuration. If didn't have a rack setup and needed a gate I would just get a g string. It works incredibly well and it gates both in front and .
  8. May 17,  · I will put up a lesson about noise gate and live drums soon. (part two). For those following the path of "How to make programmed drums sound real" - .
  9. Nov 04,  · If a noise gate is inserted after a compressor the two are likely to conflict, as the compressor will tend to boost the noise too close to the threshold of the gate. For this reason one might want to place the gate before the compressor, but this may also cause odd behavior, especially on sustain tails, as the signal will cut off abruptly as it.

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