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Logic 9 how do I record dry but monitor wet

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by derekwash, Nov 16, 2013.

  1. derekwash

    derekwash New Member

    How do I record audio dry, but monitor it wet?
    What I mean is, if I am recording a vocal, often times I want just a touch of reverb in my monitor, but I thinking I do not want the reverb recorded. How do I do this?
    thanks, derek:confused:
     
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  3. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    If you have software monitoring enabled, just set up a send on your audio track. Send to an aux with reverb. You will hear the mix of the two (your record enabled audio track and the aux track) in your headphones. And the reverb will be for monitoring only.

    With no software monitoring enabled, create an aux and set it's input to correspond to your audio I/O's physical input. Place your reverb on there. Set your audio track to the input you want to record. The live I/O on your aux track will be blended with your record enabled track while monitoring during the recording. But the reverb won't be recorded.
     
  4. derekwash

    derekwash New Member

    thanks

    Thank you.
     
  5. Atlas

    Atlas Senior member

    I was in the impression that the audio recorded on a track was initially dry so when you bypass the reverb plugin instantiated on that assigned channelstrip, the reverb fx would not be heard. And it is only once you had bounced-in-place or frozen the track that the reverb would get actually "printed" in the audio file...
     
  6. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    Hi Atlas,

    Yes, exactly. We're saying the same thing.
     

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