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Haven't tried this myself, but first thoughts that come to mind are that it sounds like you must have the connections right for things to work when in bypass (which routes the signal straight from the input to the output uneffected). I'd suggest making sure your gate is 'off'. On the DBX turn the 'threshold' knob in the Expander/Gate section of your front panel all the way counter clockwise to 'off'. I would also start with your compression 'ratio' knob turned all the way counter clockwise to 1:1 which effectively turns off your compressor. If you have sound coming through like this then you can start fooling around with the controls to effect the sound the way you'd like.
I'm sure you're already aware that the compressor has separate mono channels and you'd have to hook up right and left through their own compressor channels to have stereo compression.
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
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