A compressor effect.
What the node does:
The input signal is amplified (input gain) and smoothed by an envelope follower (Attack / Release). To get the gain reduction, we have to subtract the difference of the follower and the Threshold level (Thr.), when the follower is above the threshold, and multiply the result by the Ratio.
I1: Input signal 1.
I2: Input signal 2.
Sc: Side chain input.
AM: Attack modulation input [ms].
RM: Release modulation input [ms].
TM: Threshold level modulation input [dB].
RtM: Ratio modulation input.
OM: Output gain modulation input [dB].
MkM: Makeup gain modulation input [dB].
DWM: Dry/Wet modulation input.
KM: Knee size modulation input [dB].
O1: Output signal 1.
O2: Output signal 2.
OA: Modulated attack length output [ms].
OR: Modulated release length output [ms].
OT: Modulated threshold level output [dB].
ORt: Modulated ratio output.
OOut: Modulated output gain level output [dB].
OMk: Modulated makeup gain output [dB].
OKn: Modulated knee size [dB]
ODw: Modulated Dry/Wet output.
GR: Gain reduction output [dB].
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