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Monitoring Effect Aux [message #87992] Thu, 13 May 2021 17:13 Go to next message
Niccolo Gallio is currently offline  Niccolo Gallio
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Hi all,

How do you monitor an effect aux bus?

Let me explain

I want to create an aux bus with a halo verb instance so that I can send signal from individual channels to it.
So I create an aux bus and place an halo verb instance in it, the bus name is now added to the sends for each channel.

Now I want the artist to be able to listen to the reverb in her mix but the rev aux bus has no sends..
How can I solve this? Should I create a new track which receives input from the aux bus and then send this to the artist mix?

Thanks

n



2012 MBP
2015 i7 Hackintosh
2x 2882 3d
MIOConsole : 6.0.0 [6296]
Driver : 2.1.03
Digital Performer 10.13
Re: Monitoring Effect Aux [message #87998 is a reply to message #87992] Thu, 13 May 2021 17:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
bj is currently offline  bj
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If the artist mix is being done on an aux, then your solution is the correct one.

Make a new input;
make the reverb aux bus the input to that input strip.
Make sure that the reverb is set for "fully wet",
then send that channel to the artist's aux mix at the desired level.
Re: Monitoring Effect Aux [message #88000 is a reply to message #87998] Thu, 13 May 2021 18:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Niccolo Gallio is currently offline  Niccolo Gallio
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Perfect!

I totally missed the "busses" subcategory in the "source" panel of the input strips so I was at a loss figuring out how to route the reverb bus to the new input.

Thanks BJ


2012 MBP
2015 i7 Hackintosh
2x 2882 3d
MIOConsole : 6.0.0 [6296]
Driver : 2.1.03
Digital Performer 10.13
Re: Monitoring Effect Aux [message #88001 is a reply to message #87998] Fri, 14 May 2021 02:37 Go to previous message
Niccolo Gallio is currently offline  Niccolo Gallio
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Registered: May 2021
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On second thought,

Would it e possible (in future MIOConsole versions) to make the Aux busses able to send to other Aux busses?
This would eliminate the need to create a new input track to do so.

Thanks

bj wrote on Thu, 13 May 2021 23:54
If the artist mix is being done on an aux, then your solution is the correct one.

Make a new input;
make the reverb aux bus the input to that input strip.
Make sure that the reverb is set for "fully wet",
then send that channel to the artist's aux mix at the desired level.



2012 MBP
2015 i7 Hackintosh
2x 2882 3d
MIOConsole : 6.0.0 [6296]
Driver : 2.1.03
Digital Performer 10.13
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