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Old 06-29-2006, 12:43 PM
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I am using 002 with 7.1. I am trying to use an external reverb unit. Here is how I am routing the device. send analog output5, insert analog input 4. When I do this I get a very loud noise. What am I doing wrong. I have tried other outputs and inputs as well as other devices they all are making the same noise. Please help.

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Old 06-29-2006, 12:54 PM
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It would be easier to help if we knew what reverb unit specifically.
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Old 07-01-2006, 09:07 AM
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It would be easier to help if we knew what reverb unit specifically.
...and the reason for that is f.x. if it΄s a unit with a S/PDIF IO, I would recommend that solution insted. Many modern reverbs has a S/PDIF that you can connect to the Digi 002 with two 75 Ohm cables and you get digital all the way without D/A and A/D conversion back and forth...
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Create an Aux Track, set the input to an unused Bus (say Bus 3) -- plug the hardware like so:

002 4 Out -> Outboard Effect In
002 4 In <- Outboard Effect Out

On the Aux Track where you normally insert a plug-in.. select I/O 4

To send to the effect, create a post fader send (Bus 3) on the track you wish to effect (say the vocal) -- the effect return level will come back on the Aux Track. Set your effect device to 100% wet. Ctrl+click on the SOLO button of the Aux Track to solo isolate it.

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