Was using the Waves L3-16 this afternoon to help someone master some heavy metal material and had to use the priority settings to get everything right -- in the course of which I noticed that higher priority settings result in less relative processing and lower priority settings result in more processing. (???)

So we got to discussing that. Does anyone know why it works that way? Wouldn't the logical thing be that higher priority equals more processing and lower priority equals less?

Thanks.