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Old 04-22-2021, 08:08 AM
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Default hardware outboard gear on master fader insert

hi,
using PT 12 windows with scarlet 6i8 3rd gen outboard 500 rack HRK pultec clones. (trying to put in mix signal path) hybrid mix style, in and out of box



My main question is I have set up outboard eqs on the insert path of scarlet I/O 3&4 1&2 go to my speakers to monitor. if i insert my outboard eq on the master fader of my mix i can definatly hear it in my chain. when i try bounce to mix and make my mp3 or Wav files. There is no effected eq on my mixdown?????? i can hear it im my chain in pro tools but its not coming across im my bounce final product. any help please its driving me nuts!!!
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