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Lesson 10. Controlling Signal Flow > Incorporating External Effects Processors

Incorporating External Effects Processors

While software effects processors can offer many distinct advantages over external processors, there is nothing like having high-quality hardware processors in the signal chain to improve the sound. External effects processors can easily be incorporated into Logic's software mixer by using a special “helper” plug-in that manages the flow from the audio interface's inputs and outputs to an external effects processor.

With this plug-in connected, you can treat the external processor almost as if it were a plug-in itself, inserting it into a channel or applying it as a bus effect in Logic's mixer. To illustrate this technique, you will insert an imaginary hardware reverb unit as a bus effect.


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