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Old 8th March 2006
  #6
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You wouldn't want to put your dry tracks thru the effects anyway. You would be using sends & returns to layer the 100% wet effect over your dry tracks.

IMO - some degredation of delays/reverbs etc is a very good thing. That's why ****ty BBD analog delays sound better than digital ones. And because the levels of effect you need are so low, noise floor is hardly an issue.