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TL;DR: A compressor generally takes one or two inputs. With one input, let's say your signal's dynamic range from soft-to-loud is 5-85 decibels when measured coming out of your speaker. A compressor can squeeze that range down, as well as skewing the distribution. Now your signal might be 50-60 decibels. This method was common for preparing music to go ...


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Would having the delay after the cab sim ruin it? No Would it sound different if the delay was in the effects loop? It depends. It depends on what kind of delay you are using and how it is changing the audio besides the actual delay portion. The power amp and speaker (or cab sim) in a guitar amp are kinda like an effect, sort of like a fixed EQ and ...


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You can put a delay almost anywhere in the effects chain without difference. The one thing where it makes a difference is with time-dependent effects. You will not notice much of a difference with automatically running time-dependent effects like a Wah-Wah. But of course you'll notice with any "effect" involving yourself: a volume pedal or other control, ...



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