routing between tracks, auxes, and subgroups

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Caras
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routing between tracks, auxes, and subgroups

Post by Caras » Sun Jan 14, 2018 8:02 pm

I am very confused about the use of this 3 categories. I can see the use of the subgroups for fading some tracks at the same time. But how to aply FX to tracks isnt clear. It would be good to "see" a full recording project with the options to route FXs to tracks (direct, subgroup, bus, aux).

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Re: routing between tracks, auxes, and subgroups

Post by Caras » Wed Jan 31, 2018 2:10 am

I want to use, for example, the same Reverb for 2 different guitars and 2 different voices. Where should I put the Reverb? in each Track, in a subgroup? in a bus? or in the Aux?

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Re: routing between tracks, auxes, and subgroups

Post by Corey W » Wed Jan 31, 2018 7:31 am

If you want to use the same Reverb with the same settings for multiple tracks, you can put the Reverb plugin on an Aux and then turn up the individual Aux knobs on each track.
There are many many ways to approach using subgroups, busses and auxes. You should check out some youtube videos on digital recording basics to learn some techniques and then pick what works for you.
Feel free to keep asking specific questions here too.

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Re: routing between tracks, auxes, and subgroups

Post by Caras » Wed Jan 31, 2018 8:58 am

Hi, thanks, well, this is why I am asking here, I do not find videos explaining this peculiar way that Auria use. I do not see the differences between buses, subgrups and aux. I have no problem with "normal" DAWs in my laptop.

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Re: routing between tracks, auxes, and subgroups

Post by Rodolfo » Wed Jan 31, 2018 1:37 pm

This is not specific to Auria, all serious DAWs have auxes, buses, subgroups, etc. and they are used for some common tasks.
Take a look at this video which is based on Logic, but the concepts are exactly the same for any professional DAW (including Auria).
https://youtu.be/x-S1Cy_hXKc

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Re: routing between tracks, auxes, and subgroups

Post by Anthony Alves » Thu Feb 01, 2018 7:03 am

I will try to make a video on the differences and how to set them up. Cheers

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Re: routing between tracks, auxes, and subgroups

Post by Caras » Fri Feb 02, 2018 2:54 am

Thank you

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