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[Getting started] Reverb In or Aux?

Reverb In or Aux?
Before you start working with reverb, you need to set up a couple of things. That's why this week we'll look into the different routing options available and examine their advantages and disadvantages.

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How can i get access to all the earlier 57 posts?
This is very useful and short and easily understandable. Thanks:lol:
all mix tips...

Here you go... Have fun reading

- Angelie
Thanks, Angelie! I should have posted that myself. My bad.
Don't worry Mike..

- Angelie
:-)
Thanks Angelie!

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How can i get access to all the earlier 57 posts?
This is very useful and short and easily understandable. Thanks:lol:


Keep in mind that for all of our multi-part series of articles, there is typically a drop-down menu next to the top of the page that gives you access to all articles within the series. This drop-down menu is visible on the desktop version of Audiofanzine, and we're working on soon implementing it on the mobile version as well. Here's where you can find it:



If you're browsing our mobile version, again, the dropdown menus will soon be available. In the meantime, you can typically find the most recent parts of the series at the bottom where it says "Viewers of this article also read...". Here's a photo:



And finally, you can use the search bar (as Angelie has) and search the title of the series (in this case "A guide to mixing music").

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Armon
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