Using auxiliaries


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Using auxiliaries

In addition to the four insert plug-ins that are available on each channel, whereas you have seen you can add effects like Reverb and Delay, as well as other plug-ins you can purchase and download. Auria also has auxiliary effect styles that you can use on each track. You probably noticed that each channel has two auxiliary, or aux styles. Using these dials you can add as much of the effects that are assigned to each style to your track as you like, but how do you assign effects to the auxiliary dials? You do so by scrolling all the way over to the Master Channel. The Master Channel is where the audio from all your other channels and subgroups end up, and we'll look at it much more closely in the next movie, but for now, notice the Auxiliary FX button.

Tapping that button opens the Auxiliary FX window and it's here you can assign effects to the two auxiliary dials. This looks very much like the Insert plug-ins area in the Channel Strip. Start by tapping the Menu where it currently says Non...

Using auxiliaries
Video duration: 3m 59s 2h 41m Beginner Updated Jul 19, 2013

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Using auxiliaries provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iPad Music Production: Auria

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Audio + Music
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Auria
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