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Fader Groups for Propellerhead Software's Record/Reason

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Uploaded on Jul 8, 2011

This is a method I've developed for creating a fader group in Record, thereby giving you control of multiple channels via one channel strip fader.

To view the 14:2 method, go to 1:38.

To view this new CV control method, go to 6:33.

You can use this single channel strip fader to directly control any given number of sub channels, no limits.

Download the file here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/qci7acbgu1o...

Download the documentation here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/gjn368uy3l3...

Some great features of this method:

* There is very little you need to do to any project you've already recorded... no need to mess with creating new routings with your audio cables, no moving audio cables, no adjusting levels, no additional mixers created with the need to match whatever you had in Record's mixer, etc. All you need to do is route CV cables, very simple.

* The individual channel strip level LED's will fade with the master fader group fader that you're moving, you actually see the levels drop on the other channels as you move just that one fader (you see the LED levels drop, not the actual fader).

* As you move this master fader group fader, effects will fade as well, as opposed to other methods we've seen before (tapping audio off the direct out jacks) where you can fade a master fader group fader but effects on the individual channels continue to feed volume to the effects, so all your reverbs and delays continue to sound, which is not desired most of the time.

The Combinator also comes preloaded with enough labeled Spider CV units to control 48 channels, though you can subtract or add even more if you like.

Let me know what you think...

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