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  • geraberl
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    Joined: Sep 6th, 2006, 09:58
    Re Logic's Guitar Recording Toolbox...
    First off, fab tutorial, many thanks One question: Is there any hard fast rules about the stacking hierarchy of the plugins on the channel strip, i.e should the pedal board plugin be above the amp plugin, should the channel EQ be in the top slot etc? Just wondering Thanks Gerald
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  • Rounik Admin
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    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006, 08:13
    Re: Re Logic's Guitar Recordi...
    Hey G! No hard and fast rules that I know of... well, ok there are always rules... but breaking them can lead to interesting sound design IMHO! For example, let's say you place EQ first followed by pedal board... then the pedal board will be applying effects to whatever has been EQ'd or vice versa... If your dry gtr signal needs EQ'ing then it might be good to place an EQ first in the chain and then the Amp Designer and Pedal Board, etc - followed by an EQ at the end if you want to... it really depends on the sound you're aiming at... ... but I know you're dandy with a guitar already ;-) Cheers R
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