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jack [psychicmodulation]
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Postby jack [psychicmodulation]; Mon Dec 05, 2016 9:44 am Re: Phonec Tutorial: External Audio Processing

I should mention that this thread was originally created for Phonec v1x, which was a Synthedit plugin. Note the dates on some of the posts. I should update it since this thread is still linked to in the User Manual. So to clarify, I have no plans to make an FX version of Phonec2. The mentions made about this above were regarding Phonec v1x. I do have plans to make a separate FX unit, which you will be hearing more about soon.
mozart999uk
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Postby mozart999uk; Thu Feb 02, 2017 8:06 am Re: Phonec Tutorial: External Audio Processing

I'd be interested in an FX unit.

Unless someone has worked out how to route the audio to phonec 2 in later versions of Cubase?
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Postby cannonbal; Mon Aug 14, 2017 10:11 am Re: Phonec Tutorial: External Audio Processing

Is there a way to use Phonec to process external audio in Logic?
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Postby cannonbal; Mon Aug 14, 2017 12:38 pm Re: Phonec Tutorial: External Audio Processing

Update: I figured out how to do this in Logic.

Short version: in Phonec2 window, upper right corner, set "Side Chain" to whatever instrument you want the input into Phonec2 to be.

Longer version, to be slightly more elegant:
1) On the track you want to be routed into Phonec, send it to an empty bus (for the sake of example, let's say "Bus 2", but any empty bus will do). Put level to the bus at whatever you want, but +0.0 seems like standard default. Set Output on this track to "No Output".
2) On the Bus you've sent that track to (in this example, Bus 2), also set the output to "No Output"
3) Put the Phonec2 on another track. Open Phonec2 window and a) set "Side Chain" in upper right to that bus you've sent the input to; using my example, this would be "Bus 2". b) Click the EXT button in the Mixer window.
4) Assuming you want to use Phonec2 only for effects in this scenario, turn all other knobs in the Mixer (Osc 1, Osc 2, Sub, Noise) off.

Voila. This way, all the sound from that input instrument is passing through the Phonec.
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Postby jack [psychicmodulation]; Tue Aug 15, 2017 7:59 am Re: Phonec Tutorial: External Audio Processing

cannonbal wrote:Update: I figured out how to do this in Logic.

Short version: in Phonec2 window, upper right corner, set "Side Chain" to whatever instrument you want the input into Phonec2 to be.

Longer version, to be slightly more elegant:
1) On the track you want to be routed into Phonec, send it to an empty bus (for the sake of example, let's say "Bus 2", but any empty bus will do). Put level to the bus at whatever you want, but +0.0 seems like standard default. Set Output on this track to "No Output".
2) On the Bus you've sent that track to (in this example, Bus 2), also set the output to "No Output"
3) Put the Phonec2 on another track. Open Phonec2 window and a) set "Side Chain" in upper right to that bus you've sent the input to; using my example, this would be "Bus 2". b) Click the EXT button in the Mixer window.
4) Assuming you want to use Phonec2 only for effects in this scenario, turn all other knobs in the Mixer (Osc 1, Osc 2, Sub, Noise) off.

Voila. This way, all the sound from that input instrument is passing through the Phonec.

Glad you figured it out, and thanks for the useful info!
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