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I’m not sure if all algorithms have kill dry programmed in. Certainly some of my earlier ones don’t, but if you set them to 100% wet it should do the same thing.

It’s possible that algorithms also have a wet/dry or a dry level within the main control section, so you may need to check the controls of specific algorithms for a second source of dry signal.


When programming in vsig,  you don’t have access to the main wet/dry know in the header of the algorithm. This is hard wired to the inputs to the chain. Sometimes wet/dry makes more sense to be programmed in a different way (eg after a gain).

I set things to 100% wet if I put the H9000 on an aux buss.