What does an Fx Bus ACTUALLY do?

edited July 2011 in Support
i really dont know what it does, everytime i use it with and effect, it makes no difference to any of the tracks playing.


  • edited 5:06AM

    FX bus enables you to apply the same effects to multiple instruments or drum machine pads at the same time. It can also be useful to reduce the number of effects and thus use less CPU processing power (for example, having a single reverb for all your instruments).
    From the Mixer view, you can select where each of your instrument is going to output its sound: to the MAIN output, or any of your FX bus.

    For more information on using FX busses, please check the User Manual which you can download at:

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  • edited 5:06AM
    oh right i see noww, thanks alot intua! <!-- s:) --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_smile.gif" alt=":)" title="Smile" /><!-- s:) -->
  • edited 5:06AM
    Awe thank you i was going to ask this question! Its hard to understand in the Manual, as i was only looking on the FX bus page. 44. Doesn't mention the Mixer part. ---Thank you this helps.
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