This article delivers some tips to use the sidechainers modules in a modern "club mix" perspective. It shows how to use the modular mixer to listen to the recorded mix without disconnecting anything in your setup.
The aim is to let you build your default Scope project with all the sidechain routings included, so you never have to make them again.
This article will also lay down the basics for more advanced technics such as using the multitimbral midi sidechainers modules.
We have talked about channel clusters in the chapter about chunks and clusters. "Aux Cluster Mixing" is something a bit different, because the clusters are "clusters of Auxiliaries" rather than channels, ie, a way to build your project by looking at devices according to their number of Aux sends rather than anything else.
This article shows you how to send channels to effects with Aux Sends. Also, it recapitulates how some MB7 channels can go into each other like "aux of aux" and what kind of effects are fit for which type of channel. There are pictures below.
- Definitive Sidechaining technics
- Using the Modulation Mod's Inputs
- Core vs not Core ?
- Control more than 119 parameters
- How to use the RS pad ?
- Using MF12-S in Modular Mixer
- Mastering Modular Mixer SideChainers
- Group Channels
- Crossfading effects in MB7
- Connections Tutorial
- Sidechaining in Modular Mixer
- Types of Channels
- DSP Management
- Stems - Toolbar and Channels
- List of components