Posted by Sundog (J. Gummere) on April 10, 1999 at 12:45:26:
In Reply to: Re: Thanks! posted by shawn on March 20, 1999 at 23:21:56:
: : Thanks for all the tips! Will let you know if /when I've got the problem solved. More tips are welcome
: What you need to do is figure out which midi channel in the multimix you like and set the effect to that channel.Then you can go into edit mode and in levels change each channel to one of four busses or to program.this gives you a little
: control.you can also turn off the effects to channels by turning down the send.Don't forget to save your mix once you do this so it saves to the mix.
Using an editor/librarian (QControl is the best, I think) can make a HUGE difference in seeing how all that "3D chessgame" gobbleddegook in the QS display works..
And yes, it seems to be true that one must carefully choose an FX patch that can be effectively shared by all the Mix channels.. take a good squint at the railroad yard
configuration schematics in the manual to see how the wet/dry signals can be arranged. And start out simple, with just several voices! (I didn't ).
And also.. experiment, brother, experiment!! You might be (eventually) pleasantly surprised (I was ).