High pass (HP) is the same as a low cut (LC) so in this case you should use LC6.
High cut (HC) is the same as low pass (LP) and the 6/12 represents the cutoff slope.
The list of numbers represents the width of the bandpass/notch filter. Use the ‘key listen’ to hear the resulting sidechain.
I have a question about this legacy post.
Regarding channel compression. You wrote " Set the filter to 6dB/Oct high pass." Do you mean HC6 or LC6? And if you can help me understand, what do these settings really do? (10.0, 5.0, 3.0, 2.0, 1.0, HC12, HC6, LC12, LC6)
Thanks in advance for your help.
If your main output sounds ok then In this case you can use the normalize function for your daw or increase your clip gain. Having you audio dancing around -18dBF is a goid starting point. It is common that daw waveforms look small when not recording super-hot but most daws have a data zoom slider to increase the size of the waveform.
Sorry, but I’m not a MusicTribe employee. I always use the daw mapping/learn features for any controls. This is how most daw users would operate the controller as far as I know since most vsti’s doesn’t normally use plain fixed midi data to control them.