Strophoid wrote:You can still do it, you just have to do it manually by sending the tracks you want to send to your reverb to a group, set the output of that group to a stereo output on your interface, route that to the reverb and back and create a new audio track to record the incoming signal. Not as elegant as being able to use it as an insert/send but the result is the same.
Strophoid wrote:If you set it up right there shouldn't be feedback. I would create a group track, use sends on your 4 original tracks to create a mix to send to your reverb. Route the output of the group track to the reverb and record that to a new track.
It depends on your hardware effect how you set this up. For a reverb, ideally you'd want it to output 100% wet, with no original signal. That way you can use your original 4 tracks + the separately recorded reverb track. If your reverb outputs both the reverb and the original signal, then you'll have to ditch the 4 original tracks after recording your outboard effect, as the output from the reverb will be your final track. If the latter, latency is of no concern because everything is delayed equally. If the former, you might experience some latency which you can easily fix by moving the recorded reverb back a bit in time. record a test signal with a clear transient so you can clearly see what latency you're looking at.
Jeffseventy wrote:Is there a way to send the external effect to the stereo out some way?
Strophoid wrote:Jeffseventy wrote:Is there a way to send the external effect to the stereo out some way?
I'm not sure what you mean, you want the wet signal to the main stereo out? I'm guessing you already have that or you wouldn't hear it .
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