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Old 08-01-2007, 09:07 AM
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Default 002 Rack Bouncing with Aux External Devices

I have been mixing using a stereo Aux input which is fed from an external Lexicon MPX200 via S/PDIF. As I playback, I can hear all FX within the mix and it sounds great. When I perform a bounce though, my bounced .wav files do not include any of the FX... everything is bone dry.

Is there any settings changes I need to make to include these real-time digital fx?? Or is PT not capable of doing this?

My only other option is to record the FX into a stereo pair of tracks, but I am running out of tracks so this would be a lot more difficult.

If anyone has any insight, it would be GREATLY appreciated.

Thanks!!!

Neal
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