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Old 11-19-2001, 03:56 PM
dkrausz dkrausz is offline
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Default Signal Path Question/Master Fader

When setting up plugs on the master fader for a final bounce. Which way does the mix bus process them? For example, if I had a limiter, EQ and reverb, in that order from top to bottom, does that mean that the signal path gets to the verb last getting limited and EQ’ed first or does it all sort of happen at once?

Sorry, maybe a stupid question... could someone please clarify?

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