I am reading a book about group ( full page is attached
) and folder tracks in Cubase.
The book is written by Friedemann Tishmeyer ( he is now conducting a Mastering workshop with Wavelab for Steinberg). The name of the book is “Internal mixing” and that was an exerpt from page 100 ( the only bullet on that page).
I attached the page to the OP. download/file.php?id=56732
If you use the audio channel send path rather than the group send path to control send effects, you can use the solo function of the folder track to listen to “web” solos and the solo function of the group track to listen to “dry” solos. The logic behind … when you solo the group track only the send send-return paths of the group track are not in use, you can now listen to the dry sound…
Also, are these the correct signal path for channels and group tracks in Cubase?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.