Re: What's the difference between effects bus and effects send?
Posted by frank on August 26, 1998 at 04:51:36:
In Reply to: Re: What's the difference between effects bus and effects send? posted by Greg Jones on August 25, 1998 at 07:37:16:
: So does this mean that an efx bus is the input of
: the efx processor and the efx send is the ouput
: of the sound?
: I'm trying to imagine this in my head. Is it
: something like this?
: Sound -> send -> bus
The wonderful and confusing thing about the QS synths
is the effect section. Instead of offering a global
reverb, chorus section with 'inserts' it features
parallel effects. So you can have up to four different
parallel effects : panning delay on a synth fx,
mono delay with flanging on drums and chorus on the
To implement this, each effect of the effect section
has a different input (the bus) hence you can route
the output of a sample/sound to one of the four available
busses. The amount of this routing is the FX level.