The Process > Apply Effect > Audio Effects command (which is grayed-out if you’re not currently using any audio effects) opens the Apply Audio Effects dialog box. Applying an audio effect means that the audio data that you apply the effect to is permanently altered to sound like it would if it was flowing through an effects processor in real time. Applying an effect saves a lot of your processor’s power for other tasks that must be done in real time.Clicking OK in this dialog box applies any audio effects that are patched into track inserts. but does not apply effects that are patched into a bus. You can also select the Delete the effects from the track inserts check box to remove the real-time effects from the track inserts after you apply them, so the audio data does not receive a double dose of the same effects.
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