This allows you to effect multiple audio channels without inserting audio effects on each channel. This technique can be used for convenience and creatively to add new layers of affected audio over your track.
During the video, Risa demonstrates both inserting effects individually on a channel and then layering it with send and return effects using a bus. One advantage of using send effects is that it allows you to have two separate effects chains, one on the channel you’re sending and one on the bus. She applies an echo to the end and shows how it adds depth without affecting the original sound. Risa then demonstrates how you can automate the level of send that you’re applying to the bus and adjust both the wet/dry, the dry being the unaffected signal and wet being the affected signal.
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