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PostPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 7:01 pm 
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:D I'd like to patch in an outboard reverb to my 1600 for a vocal track. What is the easiest way. I have the manuals; just thought a few clear words would make it easier to do.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 1:52 am 
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Go out the AUX out (PAN menu) with your vocal tracks(s), or more than one track if that is what you want to do. Bring the stereo return of the reverb unit back in to the 1600 through a couple of spare channels or paired channels that are assigned in the regular fashion so you can monitor them as you tweek your gear. remember to Pan the track channels, usually hard L R, so you will hear what the reverb is sending you in the way of stereo. Easy to overlook this step. If you don't want to take up tracks, use the outboard signal during the mixdown by activating the attached return channels as you mix. this may or may not be convenient for you. If you do it this way, Pan the input channels so you will be recording the unit's L R send in stereo.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 6:02 pm 
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:D Thanks Byron. The reverbs in the 1600 are fine; I just wanted to use some of the patches on my MidiVerb unit for vocals. Appreciate the your help.

Lix :idea:


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