Simple answer is no. Any plugins you are entitled to are DAW plugins.
Yes, and as additional information: the dynamic tool (compressor) on other RME interfaces runs on the unit itself (internal DSP). It’s the only way it can work, because it has to be (near) zero latency. The DSP chip in the Babyface isn’t powerful enough. I can see one solution which should work: a hardware digital effect unit with a compressor and (optical) spdif i/o ports. The routing would be:
Mic on Babyface analog input 1 or 2, in Totalmix directly routed to SPDIF out, spdif to hardware processor and back to spdif input on Babyface. You would direct monitor the SPDIF input instead of the analog input then. Because there wouldn’t be any further da/ad conversion, the latency of the signal would be increased only marginally, probably almost not noticable.
With an analog compressor there would be more added latency and also it would be more difficult to set it up because there are not sp many analog i/o on the Babyface.
EDIT: as I just realised, it’s not that easy to find such a hardware effect unit these days. Maybe on the used market something like Lexicon MX200 or TC Electronic M300. The latter I have, it’s a very useful unit with different reverbs, delays and also a compressor. Beside analog i/o it only has coax SPDIF ports, so a two way optical to coax converter would be needed too…
FF 400 - Babyface pro - Digiface USB - ADI-2 (original)
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