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Effects routing : FX2 after FX1?

Discussion in 'TRAKTOR PRO / TRAKTOR SCRATCH PRO' started by melanaster, Jun 6, 2010.

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  1. melanaster

    melanaster New Member

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    Hey guys. Haven't been able to find an answer for this yet.

    I have Traktor Pro and an X1 controller. I'm looking for away to reverse the routing of the effects. With the way Traktor is set up, the effects go from FX 1 --> FX 2, as in the audio you effected in slot 1 will then be effected by slot 2. I'm trying to reverse the routing, so that I can effect something in slot 2, and THEN have it effected by slot 1.

    I need this because I typically do a lot of glitching / Beatmasher-type effects on my right deck, i.e. FX 2. What I'd like to do is chop up a beat, and then add filters, reverbs etc after that on FX 1.

    Hopefully this makes sense. I'm in Traktor / computer-land, and it's late here. :)

    Thanks!
     
  2. electrogrimey

    electrogrimey Forum Member

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    Could you not just put the effects you have in 2 into 1, and vice versa? Have the beatmasher stuff in FX 1 and filters in FX 2?
     
  3. melanaster

    melanaster New Member

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    Yeah, I definitely could, it's just a workflow thing. I do almost all of my effects on my right deck, so it makes the most sense (intuitively, for whatever reason) to do all of my beat-chopping effects on the right deck, and then add the reverb / delay / filter stuff on the left.

    I suppose I could get used to it the other way, but it'd be so much better if there was just a simple software solution, or preference I could set.
     
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