This Ableton Live Tutorial shows how to split the frequencies of a sound and apply individual effects to each band. This technique can be used for, amongst other things, applying side chain compression to only the low frequencies or maintaining a mono sound in the low end whilst applying stereo width effects to the mid and high bands.
Abletons Multiband Dynamics plug-in can easily be used to split a sound into 3 distinct frequency bands. If the amount control in the bottom right of the effect is turned down to zero then no compression or gain adjustments will be made to the signal and the plug-in can be used purely for the purpose of splitting frequencies (of course the compression settings can still come in useful if needed).
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