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Re: How does he do it?
Yes, the Headrush has a separate dry out, along with all its effected
outs. Creative mixer channel application could allow you to do that.
On 9/26/05, Douglas Baldwin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I don't have my Headrush in front of me, but I *think* you can access
> the *effect* output. Mister Dosh apparently simultaneously mutes the
> stuff and continues to play in real time at that one point in the
> performance. With the effect out routed to one channel and the "real
> sound routed to another, you could do that pretty easily.
> dB, coyote