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    I use above 12 aux buses together while mixing on cakewalk.... jus't recently i discover that send as a new channel is a good way... but ho to i process, something like a stereo verb to 2 new tracks ? (JUST THE REVERB, not the original track)....

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    This is a little tricky at first, but it's not too hard. You didn't mention what version of Cakewalk you're using, though. Here is how you can send only the Reverb Aux buss to a new track in Cakewalk 9:

    * Set your reverb aux buss to Pre fader
    * Pull all the track faders feeding the aux buss to 0
    * Mute all tracks not feeding the aux buss
    * Goto "Tools | Mixdown Audio | Bounce to Tracks"
    * Select a free destination track and whether you want stereo or mono
    * Uncheck everything except "Aux Returns"
    * Click, and brew a pot of coffee

    Good luck

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    Hey !!! This way is what we call here in Brazil "MANDINGA" !

    Well... i do it to process some effects with a audio, but never muted everything just letting the reverb... it really will make 2 tracks just with the reverb.

    I use Cakewalk 9... when i process as a submix it creat a stereo trak... and it sux ! I can't mixdow a stereo track... i don't know how to divide it on 2 tracks !!!

    Really Thanks !!!

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