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Chapter 8. Advanced Audio Routing with Effects > Connecting Effects as Sends

Connecting Effects as Sends

The second of the two effect routing methods is Send mode. A send splits off a portion of the audio and sends that portion to its own destination, through a special “send” output to the effect device. The output is then returned to the mixer to one of its four stereo returns. This routing technique is usually used when you want to apply an effect to just a part of your device’s audio signal, as opposed to the entire signal. Sends are also used when you want to share one effect device with more than one sound module.

Setting Up a Send

Again you want to start with an empty rack. This time, when you load devices into the rack, you’re going to change the default routing.


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