Fruity Limiter: How to lock a sidechain input number when routing a new insert

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Cacaus
Fri Apr 10, 2020 12:08 am

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Fruity Limiter: How to lock a sidechain input number when routing a new insert

To reproduce the problem:
Insert 1 is renamed to "Strings Bus"
Insert 2 is a Sakura violin routed only to Strings Bus
Insert 3 is a Sakura flute routed only to master insert
Insert 4 is a Sidechain Bus that is sidechained to Strings Bus

Strings Bus has a Fruity Limiter on it. Under the "Comp" tab, Sidechain insert number is 2 (Sidechain Bus)
If I route Sakura flute to the Strings Bus, the Sidechain insert number in Fruiter Limiter is still 2, which means it's now using Sakura Flute as the sidechain instead of Sidechain Bus (which is now number 3 on the Sidechain insert list).

Is there a way to have Fruity Limiter always sidechain a specific insert instead of following the order of what is being routed to it?

marztecheque
Sat Apr 11, 2020 7:00 am

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Re: Fruity Limiter: How to lock a sidechain input number when routing a new insert

unfortunately, sidechain=1 refers to the first ...
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Nogyoff
Thu Jun 11, 2020 11:28 pm

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Re: Fruity Limiter: How to lock a sidechain input number when routing a new insert

Cacaus wrote: ↑Thu Jun 11, 2020 10:56 pm Aleix ...
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