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    FX Envelope?

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    Can you envelope FX in 2.0? Or at least do something that is the same as enveloping, I have a long singing note that I want the reverb to come gradually then peak. Or at least to envelope the presets on the reverb.
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    Yes you can!
    I wrote about automatin here:
    http://www.recordingproject.com/bbs/...6d0e9dfcf19d94
    Scroll it to last post.
    I hope it helped

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    maybe I shouldn't abreviate. I meant can you envelope effects (reverb specifically). I might not have understood completely what you posted, but I think you got me wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by guitarfreak12
    maybe I shouldn't abreviate. I meant can you envelope effects (reverb specifically). I might not have understood completely what you posted, but I think you got me wrong.
    It could be misunderstanding. My English knowledge is poor.
    Still I think answer is YES! You can!

    What do I do? I use automation and write/draw FX envelope automatically. Then I do small adjustments in multitrack view.

    Result is that Reverb or other effects is changing it's quantity by different time. Sometimes I just turn it more UP at very last part of chorus.
    This envelope looks same as volume or pan envelope.
    I posted picture which shows you where to choose what envelope you are going to draw/write.

    I can make more pictures if necessarily.
    sikter

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    Sikter is correct, you can draw envelopes.
    You can do it for reverb, any effect, even any specific paramater for any effect. It is a really powerful tool.

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    Here is one picture which shows everything you can control by envelopes.
    http://sikter69.googlepages.com/audition

    In this particular example I control "Send" to bus A.
    Bus A contains a Studio reverb and this envelope controls when and what grade will reverb appear.

    If I did misunderstand your Q then I hope this could help someone else.
    sikter

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    perfect, thanks
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