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Old 11-03-2018, 10:57 PM
jgiannis jgiannis is offline
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Default FX only on select clips

When mixing dialogue for TV, how do you setup your fx routing?

For instance, I have several characters. Each has their own track. Every line of dialogue is separated as its own clip, such that each track has dozens of clips.

That’s all well and good. But when I want a reverb or delay ONLY on certain clips, what is a recommended way of setting that up? Ive tried these 2 methods, but I feel like they’re inefficient.

1. Apply a plugin directly to the track. Automate the MASTER BYPASS of the plugin and leave it enabled only on the clip.
2. Create and AUX track. Apply the plugin to the aux track. Go back to the dialogue track and create a send (to the aux). Automate the send and leave it enabled only on the clips. Automating the send is pretty annoying though.
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