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Last post Tue, Aug 22 2017 by pqlior, 8 replies.
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Posted on Thu, Aug 10 2017 23:03
by pqlior
Joined on Thu, May 16 2013, Posts 22

I've scoured the manual AND the internet. Nothing about this:

How do you create a track in VE that'll be able to recieve other tracks into it through bussing?

(like an aux track in protools)

Posted on Fri, Aug 11 2017 08:10
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 9331

Hi,

As you are using VE PRO 6, click the "+" sign in the lower left corner to add a bus channel (see pages 41/42 in the VE PRO 6 manual). 

If you want to add additional outputs for multi-timbral plug-ins, click the "+" sign below the volume meter in mixer view (page 77 in the manual). 

Best, 
Paul

Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Mon, Aug 14 2017 04:03
by pqlior
Joined on Thu, May 16 2013, Posts 22

Originally Posted by: Paul Go to Quoted Post

Hi,

As you are using VE PRO 6, click the "+" sign in the lower left corner to add a bus channel (see pages 41/42 in the VE PRO 6 manual). 

If you want to add additional outputs for multi-timbral plug-ins, click the "+" sign below the volume meter in mixer view (page 77 in the manual). 

Best, 
Paul

I've read the manual and know how to do that. I've asked in the original post- how do I feed other channels into that aux channel? (like you would in PT)

Posted on Fri, Aug 18 2017 00:48
by pqlior
Joined on Thu, May 16 2013, Posts 22

WHy hasn't this been addressed yet, Paul?

Originally Posted by: pqlior Go to Quoted Post

Originally Posted by: Paul Go to Quoted Post

Hi,

As you are using VE PRO 6, click the "+" sign in the lower left corner to add a bus channel (see pages 41/42 in the VE PRO 6 manual). 

If you want to add additional outputs for multi-timbral plug-ins, click the "+" sign below the volume meter in mixer view (page 77 in the manual). 

Best, 
Paul

I've read the manual and know how to do that. I've asked in the original post- how do I feed other channels into that aux channel? (like you would in PT)

Posted on Fri, Aug 18 2017 11:34
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 9331

Hi, 

So very sorry about the delay. 
Maybe I just don't get what you want to do, it would be great to have a more detailed description, with screenshots. 

Best, 
Paul

Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Mon, Aug 21 2017 23:03
by pqlior
Joined on Thu, May 16 2013, Posts 22

Originally Posted by: Paul Go to Quoted Post

Hi, 

So very sorry about the delay. 
Maybe I just don't get what you want to do, it would be great to have a more detailed description, with screenshots. 

Best, 
Paul

Thanks Paul, I'd like to create an aux track. ('buss')- I know how to do that.

Then, be able to send other tracks into it for parallel processing.

For instance- 5 tracks of loops, all sending to output 1+2 but also from the sends, send them all to another aux that has compression on it.

Does that make more sense?

Posted on Tue, Aug 22 2017 08:58
by marnix
Joined on Tue, Mar 16 2004, Vienna, Posts 864

Hi,

So is this what you mean (please see screenshot)?

Best, Marnix

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Posted on Tue, Aug 22 2017 17:44
by pqlior
Joined on Thu, May 16 2013, Posts 22

Yes! What are you setting the output of the channels to? And what's the input to the aux track? (doesn't say in screenshot)

NEVERMIND- I just figured your example out. Once you create a new buss, you can send auxes to it!

That's not in the manual... I've been looking for this for years!

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