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Finally my new video the Bussing System Part 2

Post by Anthony Alves » Mon Mar 27, 2017 11:41 am

If your a serious AuriaPro user and you don't fully understand the power of the bussing system during mixing than this video is for you. Enjoy my friends. Cheers.
https://youtu.be/4KCKC7jB8dY

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Re: Finally my new video the Bussing System Part 2

Post by Denzkps » Mon Mar 27, 2017 1:58 pm

Thx Anthony !
Very useful video
Why do you use bus1, bus2 and bus 3 for one signal ?
Is it work better ? Than send only one bus1 for all tracks

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Re: Finally my new video the Bussing System Part 2

Post by Anthony Alves » Mon Mar 27, 2017 3:38 pm

Denzkps wrote:Thx Anthony !
Very useful video
Why do you use bus1, bus2 and bus 3 for one signal ?
Is it work better ? Than send only one bus1 for all tracks
This allows for proper parallel fx processing. You can also do what your describing but that is more like sending all the tracks to a subgroup which works for sending multiple tracks to one buss so that all those tracks get effected by the plugins on the buss track. Cheers

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Re: Finally my new video the Bussing System Part 2

Post by Denzkps » Tue Mar 28, 2017 12:30 am

Anthony Alves wrote:
Denzkps wrote:Thx Anthony !
Very useful video
Why do you use bus1, bus2 and bus 3 for one signal ?
Is it work better ? Than send only one bus1 for all tracks
This allows for proper parallel fx processing. You can also do what your describing but that is more like sending all the tracks to a subgroup which works for sending multiple tracks to one buss so that all those tracks get effected by the plugins on the buss track. Cheers
Thank you Anthony!
I just want to know may be I wrong when use this routing
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Re: Finally my new video the Bussing System Part 2

Post by krzycrs » Tue Mar 28, 2017 4:04 pm

A masterpiece of education and great video, thank you!

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Re: Finally my new video the Bussing System Part 2

Post by Anthony Alves » Tue Mar 28, 2017 4:56 pm

Denzkps wrote:
Anthony Alves wrote:
Denzkps wrote:Thx Anthony !
Very useful video
Why do you use bus1, bus2 and bus 3 for one signal ?
Is it work better ? Than send only one bus1 for all tracks
This allows for proper parallel fx processing. You can also do what your describing but that is more like sending all the tracks to a subgroup which works for sending multiple tracks to one buss so that all those tracks get effected by the plugins on the buss track. Cheers
Thank you Anthony!
I just want to know may be I wrong when use this routing
Ok so here is whats going on in yours. You have all three tracks outputing to Buss1 and you have all FX tracks receiving from buss1. That means that every track is going to all the outputing tracks and they will all be effected by every plugin on those three combined outputs. To get each track to have its own dedicated bus so that only those plugins effect that track simple assign each track to output to a different buss. So send trk1-buss1 trk2-buss2 trk3 buss3 and then your recieving tracks can be inputed from any ot those three. For seperation send each one out to a seperate buss and to combine tracks to share the same plugins send those to the same buss. Hope that helps good luck. Cheers

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Re: Finally my new video the Bussing System Part 2

Post by Anthony Alves » Tue Mar 28, 2017 4:56 pm

krzycrs wrote:A masterpiece of education and great video, thank you!
Cheers and thank you very much.

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Post by supanorton » Thu Mar 30, 2017 4:44 am

Thank you, Anthony.

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Post by Jmcmillan » Thu Mar 30, 2017 7:49 am

Thank you Anthony for the video! Wishing I had more time for music these days so it's very nice of you to share your experience.
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Re: Finally my new video the Bussing System Part 2

Post by AndyE » Thu Mar 30, 2017 12:21 pm

Thanks for taking the time to make your video, Anthony. Very informative. Top man.

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Re: Finally my new video the Bussing System Part 2

Post by Elepha3 » Thu Mar 30, 2017 7:26 pm

Great video...thanks Anthony

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Re: Finally my new video the Bussing System Part 2

Post by drock » Fri Mar 31, 2017 1:59 pm

Such a great video, Anthony. I so appreciate all the work and effort into this, it doesn't go overlooked. The lights/proper exposure, the separate video feeds, the great audio quality. Its good stuff and extremely helpful!

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Re: Finally my new video the Bussing System Part 2

Post by -ki » Thu Apr 06, 2017 10:57 am

Thanks a lot Anthony for the informative video, i really enjoyed watching.

I have one remark. In your video you use the following three bus setup:
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Since Bus 1, Bus 2 and Bus 3 are fed by the same signal (post fader of track 1) they are sample-identical. Track 2, 3 and 4 therefore read a sample-identical signal, but each on a different bus. Since the signals are identical, the whole setup can be simplified to
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using only one bus - at least if my understanding of the bussing system is correct :D Or is there any other advantage (that i didn't think of) of using 3 busses ?

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Re: Finally my new video the Bussing System Part 2

Post by Anthony Alves » Thu Apr 06, 2017 12:21 pm

Yes Ki your setup with the bussing will work and this demonstrates the flexability of the bussing system. I simply gave each track a seperate buss so as not to confuse too many people and since there is unlimited number of busses I just use one bus for each track but your way works as well and may be easier for some to use it this way as there is no wrong way if you get the results your looking for. Good on ya for including this option. I use hardware outputs and I assign a tracks buss to match my hardware output for quick reference durring mixing. Eq. Buss 12 is hardware output 12 as the outputs are not labeled and this avoids me from constantly checking which hardware output a track is going to. With 32 outputs I create 32 busses dedicated to the 32 hardware outputs. Cheers.

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Re: Finally my new video the Bussing System Part 2

Post by -ki » Thu Apr 06, 2017 12:32 pm

Anthony Alves wrote:With 32 outputs I create 32 busses dedicated to the 32 hardware outputs.
Cool and plausible idea 8) I must confess i am a little bit jealous having only headphones or line-out. Nice big console btw and it seams to work hand-in-hand with Auria :D

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