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MixingSignal flow ► Stereo buses

Buses are useful for mixing together different audio tracks (in stereo) and applying effects to the mix. You can mix the tracks at different volume levels by adjusting each track’s bus send level. Buses output to either other buses or to a main out.
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In an audio track, press the Bus Send Enable button corresponding to the bus, or choose the bus as an output for the track. If the track doesn’t have a Send module, you can insert one by right-clicking the track and choosing Insert > Send > [name of bus you want the data to go to].
If the bus doesn’t have a Send module, you can insert one by right-clicking the bus and choosing Insert > Send > [name of bus you want the data to go to]. Then click the Bus Send Enable button so that it’s lit, and adjust the Bus Send Level and Bus Send Pan.
In an audio track, set the Bus Send Level corresponding to the bus, or volume fader if the output is to the bus
Adjust the Bus Send Pan knob
Adjust the Input gain on the bus itself
Adjust the Input pan on the bus itself
Enable the bus’ Waveform Preview button
Adjust the Output volume
Adjust the Pan setting
Set the Send Pan to be the same as the bus that the bus feeds into
Right-click the Send Pan control and choose Follow Bus Pan from the pop-up menu. This setting is only active when the send has the same interleave as the bus it feeds into, and is set to Post Fader. If enabled, the Send Pan control no longer affects the output.
Click the Output button and choose one from the list

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