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gregh wroteeven tho this is very clear I am still struggling with getting what I want to do which is
1. Audio track with fx on the channel
2. Generate a new file on a new track with fx applied
3. go back to original audio track, change effect settings
4. Apply new fx to get a new file on a new track with fx applied

At the moment I am getting a new track with FX but the old track is muted and the event is sort of greyed out I can't figure out how to unmute it so that I can keep generating new tracks with various effects applied based on that first track

Right mouse click to get the context menu for the musted track and look for unmute command under the Event subsection.

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by gregh on Mon Sep 14, 2020 11:06 pm
jpettit wrote
gregh wroteeven tho this is very clear I am still struggling with getting what I want to do which is
1. Audio track with fx on the channel
2. Generate a new file on a new track with fx applied
3. go back to original audio track, change effect settings
4. Apply new fx to get a new file on a new track with fx applied

At the moment I am getting a new track with FX but the old track is muted and the event is sort of greyed out I can't figure out how to unmute it so that I can keep generating new tracks with various effects applied based on that first track

Right mouse click to get the context menu for the musted track and look for unmute command under the Event subsection.

thanks - I was looking under audio rather than event

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by jpettit on Mon Jan 25, 2021 4:05 pm
An informative video from Gregor Beyerle on Bounce and Render topic.

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by nicholaswold on Mon Feb 22, 2021 5:27 pm
QUESTION:

Is there any way to bounce the effects from a track as a separate audio file? I've seen producers bounce a stem of a dry vocal on one wav file and the vocal's reverb/delay trails on a separate wav file, that way a mixer can compress the vocal without compressing the reverb trails (or lower/raise the reverb in relation to the vocal) during the mix phase. Is this possible with studio one?

Any wisdom on this would be much appreciated!

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