Hey guys, So I find myself in a bit of a predicament. I recently acquired a TC Spectracomp. I love the pedal, and I like a handful of the toneprints for various purposes. However, most of them result in a significant signal boost through the pedal's inherent "make up gain," and the pedal has no external volume control. I know I can go into the editing software and make a toneprint, turning off the make up gain, and that might give me one sound, but I like the ability to switch toneprints for various purposes. And as I understand it, you can't adjust the preset toneprints and turn off the make up gain, unless there was a universal/global make up gain toggle in the editor. And I find using the editor to be inconvenient because of how my practice space is setup. I use the app frequently, but you can't make individual changes to levels within the app. I just need a way to control the volume externally to compensate for the boost to the gain when switching toneprints. At this point in my experimentation, I don't believe I need something to boost. Just cut. My criteria are: 1) Cheap (well, affordable. Definitely under $100. $60 or less ideally) 2) Won't affect my tone (other than the volume) 3) Takes up minimal pedalboard real estate (which is why I'm not necessarily considering a volume pedal.) I have an EWS Subtle Volume Control that I use to attenuate my guitar amp, but it says those should not be use in a pedalboard chain because high end loss will occur. They're designed for effects loops. I was considering the EHX Signal Pad. It certainly seems like the answer, and I could footswitch it in and out when I used different toneprints. Has anyone tried one? Would you have other suggestions? Thank you, as always.