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Mashine multi efx question
Old 7th September 2011
  #1
Gear Nut
 

Mashine multi efx question

ok...1st, i know there's a native instruments forum, but i guess i just like you guys better!!!! so bear with me...!

anyway, i know that you can apply certain effects to the sounds in mashine....(like chorus, "ice", etc)

but whats the deal with mulit efx??

I use Mashine as a plug in in protools....so in order to use these EFX, would i just bus my track to the mashine one??

can anyone shed some light on this?

THX SLUTZ!!
Old 8th September 2011
  #2
Lives for gear
 

Mashine multi efx question

Hey, bro!

I read your question and wanted to help... But I wasn't 100% on what you were asking... So I waited for someone else to respond. But given that no one has maybe it's not just me who was confused...

Maschine and pt are pretty popular. So maybe rephrase the question and we can help.
Old 8th September 2011
  #3
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good question, ive tried to do this myself with no luck.
Old 17th September 2011
  #4
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The MultiFX in Maschine is a group with "sound slots" being used solely to house FX, which are in turn routed into other sound slots, resulting in a multiple effects chain. These groups accept Internal sources as input, and are then routed out into other Sounds and out as usual. This however allows you to take another Sound or Group and use one of the sound slots from said "Multi FX" Group as it's output or as an auxiliary send. The "Multi FX" Group then serves as an auxiliary bus or master effects channel. Ideally you would route through the first Sound Slot in the chain, and it would pass through the others, par it's routing and back out again.....or even back into itself.

Multi FX are thus, multiple effects patches on effects busses.

If you're running Maschine as a plugin, don't forget there's a Maschine FX version of the plugin.
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