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just found out about this thing. Wow its awesome.

Plus the ability to freeze tracks is great to..

Got a question though.

What is the difference between the gain fader and a volume fader?

Also, when you put plugins on an object in the object editor, say the object is a whole track, why do the plugins not come up in the mixer view?

Are they supposed to?

Do you guys mix this way, with objects or do you put your realtime effects in the mixer section?

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just found out about this thing. Wow its awesome.

Plus the ability to freeze tracks is great to..

What is the difference between the gain fader and a volume fader?

Also, when you put plugins on an object in the object editor, say the object is a whole track, why do the plugins not come up in the mixer view?

Are they supposed to?

Do you guys mix this way, with objects or do you put your realtime effects in the mixer section?

Ahh... you've found the OE. Pretty powerful stuff there.

Anyways, the effects used in OE are built into that object, and the mixer effects are track-based. You can also send from object to aux track effects.

I believe gain is extra gain that is pre-fader.

It's also possible to freeze objects.

I use a combination of object and tracks during mix, but for compiling CD's and mastering, etc. the object approach RULES!

Check out Kraznet's Object editor tutorial videos on youtube being uploaded today!

Greg

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just found out about this thing. Wow its awesome.

Plus the ability to freeze tracks is great to..

What is the difference between the gain fader and a volume fader?

Also, when you put plugins on an object in the object editor, say the object is a whole track, why do the plugins not come up in the mixer view?

Are they supposed to?

Do you guys mix this way, with objects or do you put your realtime effects in the mixer section?

Ahh... you've found the OE. Pretty powerful stuff there.

Anyways, the effects used in OE are built into that object, and the mixer effects are track-based. You can also send from object to aux track effects.

I believe gain is extra gain that is pre-fader.

It's also possible to freeze objects.

I use a combination of object and tracks during mix, but for compiling CD's and mastering, etc. the object approach RULES!

Check out Kraznet's Object editor tutorial videos on youtube being uploaded today!

Greg

Great post! It's very nice. Thank you so much for your post.

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