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Chapter 14. Effects -- Close Up > The Spider CV Merger & Splitter - Pg. 332

8. Route the left output of the second Spider channel to the left input of the RV-7 (see Figure 14.28). Figure 14.28 Route the second output channel of the Spider to the RV-7. 9. Route the outputs of the RV-7 to channel 2 of reMix. 10. Route the outputs of the third Spider channel to the DDL-1 and route its outputs to channel 3 of reMix. 11. Route the outputs of the fourth Spider channel to the D-11 and route its outputs to channel 4 of reMix. At this point, you now have four channels of reMix playing the same REX loop with different processors (see Figure 14.29). Figure 14.29 The same REX loop is now playing back through four inputs on reMix. Channel 1 is dry, channel 2 is a reverb, channel 3 is delay, and channel 4 is a distortion. The Spider CV Merger & Splitter Along with the Spider Audio Merger & Splitter, Reason 2.5 has a Spider unit that merges and splits CV signals, called the Spider CV Merger & Splitter (see Figure 14.30). Figure 14.30 The Spider CV Merger & Splitter is used to split and merge CV signals.