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Old 02-18-2000, 07:07 PM
Jules Jules is offline
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Default Running outboard reverbs \'live\' on mixdown (aux in) then what? Print it at \'the end\'?

I get some cool stuff in when I'm mixing, that I dont always have around. Instead of AUX ins should I make the reverb returns audio tracks on record input, then print when I'm happy??? Whats the smartest thing to do? (I will have to note the monitor levels wont I? (As PT's bug loses them when record is switched off - a risk to the delicate levels I have been trying to set)...

Running Verbs live tips please......



P.S. These are Outboard reverbs coming into the mix via AES or an interfaces a/d - d/a BTW

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