lucus at sympatico.ca
Thu Sep 30 21:17:52 PDT 2004
Thanks Mark and Chris,
I just created a stereo bus (output sent to master) and connected the
output of my voice tracks to the input of this bus and voilà! I can
even do automation and effects on the bus alone instead of on each track...
Mark Knecht a écrit :
>I'm sure others will have different ideas. I direct them all to a bus
>which becomes essentially a submaster. I end up with a vocal bus, a
>drums bus, a keys bus, etc. You can then do a pre or post fader send
>of vocals to reverb, drums to reverb, etc., so that you're using a
>I take the output of each of these submix buses and send them to the
>master fader. Usually very few 'tracks' go directly the master in my
>On Thu, 30 Sep 2004 21:00:07 -0400, Luc Tanguay <lucus at sympatico.ca> wrote:
>>what it the best way to direct many tracks to one submix i.e. all the
>>voices to a submix to assign a same effect to all.
>>Groups ? Output of voice tracks to input of receiving track (the submix
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