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Send Effects
Old 10th September 2005
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Send Effects

Greetings Michael,

Do you have a typical default send effects set up that you use?

What have you been using on your send effects recently?

Do you have an approach to setting these up? For example, do you use timed delays or get into detail with predelay and reverb length on verbs, or eq your verbs and delays etc?


Shane
Old 15th September 2005
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Hi Michael

I am also very interested in this topic.

I would love to know how and where you set up your delays and reverbs.

Thanks a lot for sharing so many of your practical and unique insights.

Nick
Old 22nd September 2005
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I have 28 buss sends assigned to effects, reverbs, delays, compressors, and panners. I have my sends going to the same type stuff. It’s all there ready to use when I want without waiting for my assistant to patch it. If I want to try an idea, it takes only a moment to hear it and either use it or discard it.

Generally, my L/R sends are going to 1176’s, send 1 to the lexicon 200, send 2 to a distortion unit, 3/4 change all the time, 5/6 to the two engines of the Dre 777.

The rest of the sends and busses go to most of the gear behind me and on the wall.

Some of my gear is normalled to a mixer that returns on two channels. In all, I use about 24 channel line in’s and 16 tape returns.
Old 22nd September 2005
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Thanks for the reply Michael. You also answered some of my other questions on this thread in a few other posts which I got.


Shane
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