I am a little confused about using the FX track in Cubase.
What I find confusing is that if I for example send a dry signal from a channel to a AUX reverb track in pro tools, I raise the aux fader to determine how much reverb I want on the track, but the amount of reverb I add is removed from the dry signal. So I get for example 30 % reverb and 70 % dry signal.
But in Cubase, I send for example 30 % of the dry signal to the FX track, I still get 100 % of the dry signal, and the 30 % reverb is added on top of that.
Has this to do with if I use post/pre fader setting on the send, or is there any other way to send just like in protools? (except using the reverb as inserts on each channel) So that the amount of signal I send to the reverb is removed from the dry track??