When it comes to mixing, sometimes it’s best not to put a desired plugin effect directly on the needed track, but rather set it as a “global” effect available for all of your tracks. For example you may want to have a triplet delay on your guitar riff as well as your background vocals. Simply create the effect once and send both tracks to it. This can save you some precious CPU power and also make mixing simpler. The video explains all…

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