Have you ever wished you could:
- Bypass an entire effect chain in Logic?
- Copy and paste all the plugins from one Channel Strip to another?
- How about copy and paste Send and Bus Assignments?
Or what if you could compare 2 completely different effect chains back-to-back?
With Logic’s Channel Strip Settings, you definitely can.
At the top of every Channel Strip in the Mixer lies a menu I suspect many of us overlook. The Channel Strip Setting menu houses some super handy ways to juggle complex effect and routing chains.
Options like “Bypass all Effect Plug-ins” and “Paste Sends Only” are hiding there, waiting for you to notice them! And some of the most helpful Mixer functions have no key commands assigned to them.
While it takes a tiny bit of effort to create and commit to some key commands, the time is well worth it.
By stringing together a couple of keys, you can maximize your workflow in Logic’s Mixer. Plus – you’ll then be able to A/B entire effect chains back-to-back. All with the press of some buttons.
In today’s video let’s bust open a massive workflow enhancer hiding in the Mixer.