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    Splitting audio signals for layers and channels

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    For the Virtual Rack Plug in do you guys have this or know about
    this plug in its a plug in that can build any virtual rack of gear
    you want

    They have different amps and effects and tape machines


    The SPLIT box can route the signal to as many signals to BRANCH
    off to Parallel like a break out box for layering and to make different channels


    Do you guys know any creative ways of making different channels
    and using this Split module?

    Using the Split creative ideas:
    1.) Spilt module to create ADT or HAAS effects
    2.) a Matchless amp on the Left channel
    a Marshall amp on the right channel

    3.) Splitting the Dry signal on the Left
    using the Wet channel on the Right

    4.) Inverting the Signal on the Left channel
    Non inverting the singla on the Right channel

    stuff like this do you guys know any other creative ideas
    i can do to use this SPILT box more?

    Pre production or Post Production:
    Rack gear with SPILT boxers to split the signals
    to make 2 or more channels and layers?

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    Do you know who Mel Tillis is walters? He was a country singer that stuttered while speaking, but sang without stuttering. I compare myself to Mel sometimes. I don't stutter but I can't communicate or express myself by just writing out my thoughts. I suffer from essayitis. Ever heard of essayitis walters. It's debilitating. Fortunately it only seems to come on real strong in threads started by you. I wonder why that is. I'm not real sure how I got this far without essay essay.













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    An essay on virtual rack plug ins


    Think back to the first time you ever heard of virtual rack plug ins. The constantly changing fashionable take on virtual rack plug ins demonstrates the depth of the subject. While it is becoming a hot topic for debate, it is impossible to overestimate its impact on modern thought. It is estimated that that virtual rack plug ins is thought about eight times every day by the easily lead, who just don't like that sort of thing. With the primary aim of demonstrating my considerable intellect I will now demonstrate the complexity of the many faceted issue that is virtual rack plug ins.

    Social Factors

    As Reflected in classical mythology society is complicated. When Sir Bernard Chivilary said 'hounds will feast on society' [1] he globalised an issue which had remained buried in the hearts of our ancestors for centuries. No symbol is more potent than virtual rack plug ins in society today. It raises the question 'why?'

    Nothing represents every day life better than virtual rack plug ins, and I mean nothing. It breaks the mould, shattering man's misunderstanding of man.

    Economic Factors

    Increasingly economic growth and innovation are being attributed to virtual rack plug ins. Of course, virtual rack plug ins fits perfectly into the Fish-Out-Of-Water model, a lovely model. Interest

    virtual rack plug ins


    How do we explain these clear trends? Recent studies indicate that interest plays in increasingly important role in the market economy. The economic policy spectrum is seeing a period of unprecedented growth.

    Political Factors

    No man is an island, but what of politics? Comparing the electoral politics of most Western and Eastern European countries is like comparing virtual rack plug ins and ones own image of themselves.

    It is always enlightening to consider the words of award winning journalist Esperanza Lionel Forbes Dickinson 'The success of any political system can only truly be assessed once the fat lady has sung.' [2] Primarily, he is referring to virtual rack plug ins. History tells us that virtual rack plug ins will always be a vote winner, whether we like it, or not.

    Why did virtual rack plug ins cross the road? - To get to the other side! Just my little joke, but lets hope that virtual rack plug ins doesn't inspire similar hilarity in the next elections.
    Conclusion

    How much responsibility lies with virtual rack plug ins? We can say that virtual rack plug ins is, to use the language of the streets 'Super Cool.' It inspires, invades where necessary, though virtual rack plug ins brings with it obvious difficulties, it is truly virtual rack plug ins.

    I will leave you with the words of Hollywood's Elvis Hanks: 'Oooh yeah virtual rack plug ins shoo badaby dooo.' [3]



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    [1] Sir Bernard Chivilary - Interestingly... - 1904 Badger Books

    [2] Dickinson - I Am The Dickinster - 1999 Hughs Books

    [3] Go mad for virtual rack plug ins - Issue 132 - Kendeal Books
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    Quote Originally Posted by walters
    For the Virtual Rack Plug in do you guys have this or know about
    this plug in its a plug in that can build any virtual rack of gear
    you want

    They have different amps and effects and tape machines


    The SPLIT box can route the signal to as many signals to BRANCH
    off to Parallel like a break out box for layering and to make different channels


    Do you guys know any creative ways of making different channels
    and using this Split module?
    Thats a great way to describe Reason Walters you're the man

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    HAAS effect??

    How are you going to record that? The Hass effect is the method of using a delay on a louder speaker to make it the same volume as softer speaker. Thus tricking your ears to beleive that the softer one is the same volume as the louder one.
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    For the Virtual Rack Plug in do you guys have this or know about
    THAT IS AS FAR AS I GOT WITH THIS THREAD, IT LOOKS TO MUCH LIKE ONE OF WALTERS LENGTHY EPISTLES TO ME AND I CAN'T BE ARSED READING IT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ez_willis
    Do you know who Mel Tillis is walters? He was a country singer that stuttered while speaking, but sang without stuttering. I compare myself to Mel sometimes. I don't stutter but I can't communicate or express myself by just writing out my thoughts. I suffer from essayitis. Ever heard of essayitis walters. It's debilitating. Fortunately it only seems to come on real strong in threads started by you. I wonder why that is. I'm not real sure how I got this far without essay essay.













    .


    An essay on virtual rack plug ins


    Think back to the first time you ever heard of virtual rack plug ins. The constantly changing fashionable take on virtual rack plug ins demonstrates the depth of the subject. While it is becoming a hot topic for debate, it is impossible to overestimate its impact on modern thought. It is estimated that that virtual rack plug ins is thought about eight times every day by the easily lead, who just don't like that sort of thing. With the primary aim of demonstrating my considerable intellect I will now demonstrate the complexity of the many faceted issue that is virtual rack plug ins.

    Social Factors

    As Reflected in classical mythology society is complicated. When Sir Bernard Chivilary said 'hounds will feast on society' [1] he globalised an issue which had remained buried in the hearts of our ancestors for centuries. No symbol is more potent than virtual rack plug ins in society today. It raises the question 'why?'

    Nothing represents every day life better than virtual rack plug ins, and I mean nothing. It breaks the mould, shattering man's misunderstanding of man.

    Economic Factors

    Increasingly economic growth and innovation are being attributed to virtual rack plug ins. Of course, virtual rack plug ins fits perfectly into the Fish-Out-Of-Water model, a lovely model. Interest

    virtual rack plug ins


    How do we explain these clear trends? Recent studies indicate that interest plays in increasingly important role in the market economy. The economic policy spectrum is seeing a period of unprecedented growth.

    Political Factors

    No man is an island, but what of politics? Comparing the electoral politics of most Western and Eastern European countries is like comparing virtual rack plug ins and ones own image of themselves.

    It is always enlightening to consider the words of award winning journalist Esperanza Lionel Forbes Dickinson 'The success of any political system can only truly be assessed once the fat lady has sung.' [2] Primarily, he is referring to virtual rack plug ins. History tells us that virtual rack plug ins will always be a vote winner, whether we like it, or not.

    Why did virtual rack plug ins cross the road? - To get to the other side! Just my little joke, but lets hope that virtual rack plug ins doesn't inspire similar hilarity in the next elections.
    Conclusion

    How much responsibility lies with virtual rack plug ins? We can say that virtual rack plug ins is, to use the language of the streets 'Super Cool.' It inspires, invades where necessary, though virtual rack plug ins brings with it obvious difficulties, it is truly virtual rack plug ins.

    I will leave you with the words of Hollywood's Elvis Hanks: 'Oooh yeah virtual rack plug ins shoo badaby dooo.' [3]



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    [1] Sir Bernard Chivilary - Interestingly... - 1904 Badger Books

    [2] Dickinson - I Am The Dickinster - 1999 Hughs Books

    [3] Go mad for virtual rack plug ins - Issue 132 - Kendeal Books
    Sweet essay willis. Very well done. Your essayitis is coming along fine.
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    HAAS effect??

    How are you going to record that? The Hass effect is the method of using a delay on a louder speaker to make it the same volume as softer speaker. Thus tricking your ears to beleive that the softer one is the same volume as the louder one.

    You delay one side of the channel to get a HAAS effect

    Morphing effects by splitting the signal

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    Quote Originally Posted by walters
    HAAS effect??

    How are you going to record that? The Hass effect is the method of using a delay on a louder speaker to make it the same volume as softer speaker. Thus tricking your ears to beleive that the softer one is the same volume as the louder one.

    You delay one side of the channel to get a HAAS effect

    Morphing effects by splitting the signal
    why does this guy constantly ask questions he already knows the answer to?

    what is this.., is Bruce Swedien bored and deciding to screw with people?


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    Quote Originally Posted by adam_in_audio
    why does this guy constantly ask questions he already knows the answer to?
    I like to call 'em quanswers.
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    Willis is one of my standbys that follows me in every post even if you
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