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Chapter 12. Mixing MIDI > MIDI Send Effects

MIDI Send Effects

So far, we've explored MIDI effects for insert processing. An insert effect takes incoming MIDI, routes it through the effect or effects, and takes the output and routes it to the VST instrument or MIDI output for that channel. Send effects operate differently. When you use a send effect, part of the incoming data is split off from the main data stream and processed in parallel with the original signal. Essentially, the MIDI data is sent to the send effect and also to any insert effects and to the MIDI output for that channel.

Some effects, such as MidiEcho, lend themselves easily to send effects. Others, such as Density, don't necessarily make sense as send effects, because there's no benefit from thinning MIDI data using only part of the data stream.


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