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Chapter 12. Mixing Basics > Creating Submixes

Creating Submixes

When you create a submix, multiple tracks of audio are merged into a single track. Submixing is useful if you’re running low on tracks and you want to free up additional track space. Submixes also let you control groups of instruments from a single set of track controls. For instance, creating a stereo submix of multiple drum tracks lets you control the entire drum section from a single stereo fader.

When you create a submix, audio is routed from either sends or track outputs to available buses. The audio is then received by audio tracks or auxiliary inputs whose track inputs are assigned to the same bus. To merge source tracks into a single destination track, you must record the combined signals to a new audio track.


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