Best workflow for audio software

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Re: Best workflow for audio software

Postby kampfgolem » Fri Dec 09, 2016 5:21 pm

Sorry, I accidentally clicked on 'quote' instead of 'edit'. Anybody mind telling me please how to delete a post via a private message lol

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Re: Best workflow for audio software

Postby rojarosguitar » Fri Dec 09, 2016 6:32 pm

kampfgolem wrote:Oh and regarding the use of reverb, the people here are right - using an aux send (it might be called an effects send on your DAW) is your best option for a "natural sound"


This is only true for a reverb that doesn't allow for wet/dry mixing.
If your reverb has it, it's ways overkill to install send and return buses just for squeezing your stereo through a bit of reverb. Just not necessary. But of course, everybody has his own style.

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