] [Thread Prev
RE: Audio routing
Thanks Luca for the response.
I have checked the archives, but I guess I am not using the search
engine properly to return what I am looking for.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: luca [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, August 13, 2001 1:13 PM
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: R: Audio routing
> Steve, you can see a lot of different set ups in the archive.
> the thing it seems everyone is trying to do is put the looper in a
> that allows it to record processed sounds, but also to process the
> itself when it's been recorded.
> you can use aux sends to feed its input and make its out come in
> channel strip.
> you can put other effects on the other auxes (making them come back in
> mix through channels, not with the aux returns).
> the more auxes a mixer have the best it is for this topic, also they
> be pre-fader ones.
> when you have just a few auxes you can find help with the alt. strips
> ones you usually use for a multitracker recorder, also called
> anyway, take a piece of paper, a pen and a bunch of short cables and
> fun, audio routing is a very fascinating thing to loose your head with
> it affects your style very much. (the best it would be let your style
> the audio routing)
> my best,