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Effect Routing – How is this done in Audition?

Engaged ,
Oct 04, 2022 Oct 04, 2022

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I'd like to route the output of a clip's (or track's) Echo/Reverb effects through an equalizer in order to remove bass and treble from the effect signal. The original signal I want to be left untouched by the equalizer.

 

The routing I'd like to apply is similar to the following:

Effect Routing.png

 

How can I do this?

 

 

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Community Expert , Oct 04, 2022 Oct 04, 2022

You put them in the Effects Rack for the track (or clip), and there's a wet/dry mix control at the output. Personally I'd reverse the chain - put the EQ before the Echo, and the Reverb last. This is the way it would happen in a 'real' mixer, and generally that's been found to work well. But hey, it doesn't matter - if you like it, stick with your version. The real killer doing it your way is what happens if you introduce any compression into the chain. If you put that after the reverb, it sounds

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You put them in the Effects Rack for the track (or clip), and there's a wet/dry mix control at the output. Personally I'd reverse the chain - put the EQ before the Echo, and the Reverb last. This is the way it would happen in a 'real' mixer, and generally that's been found to work well. But hey, it doesn't matter - if you like it, stick with your version. The real killer doing it your way is what happens if you introduce any compression into the chain. If you put that after the reverb, it sounds completely weird!

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Ah, I see …

 

So, if I get you right, then I need to set the first effect in the chain to 100 % wet for that route to solely contain effect content (which in general is the case for EQ output). Finally, I then perform the wet/dry mix with the overall effect rack mixer:

Effect Rack.png

 

Excellent idea!! — Thanks a lot!

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