Click the Track FX button on the track where you want to add effects. The Audio Plug-In window is displayed.
The Track FX button is displayed in gray when a track does not have track effects assigned. When no effects exist on a track, clicking the Track FX button displays the Audio Plug-In Chooser.
Click the Edit Chain button in the Audio Plug-In window. The Plug-In Chooser is displayed.
Select each plug-in you want to add and click the Add button or browse to a packaged effects chain. The plug-ins appear at the top of the window in the order you added them.
To reorder the plug-ins within the chain, drag a plug-in button to a new location or click the Shift Plug-In Left or Shift Plug in Right buttons.
Once you have added all of the plug-ins and specified the plug-in chain order, click on the OK button to close the Plug-In Chooser and return to the Audio Plug-In window.
Adjust the settings for the effects. For more information about using specific plug-ins, click the Plug-In Help button .
You can also use the Insert FX control region in the Mixing Console window to add, remove, or configure track effects. For more information, please see “Add or edit track (insert) effects” in Audio Track Channel Strips.
Click the Track FX button on a track to open the Audio Plug-In window.
Use the Audio Plug-In window to enable/bypass effects, edit effect parameters, and add/remove effects from a chain. For more information about using specific plug-ins, click the Plug-In Help button .
You can also use the Insert FX control region in the Mixing Console window to edit the effects chain. For more information, please see “Add or edit track (insert) effects” in Audio Track Channel Strips.
If a plug-in supports it, you can use envelopes to automatically adjust effect parameters over time. The Track FX button is displayed as a if a track has automatable effects assigned.
For more information about using automation envelopes on tracks, click here.
From the Tools menu, choose Track FX to apply or edit DirectX or VST plug-ins at the track level. Track-level plug-ins are applied to every event on the selected track.
Be aware that using non-in-place plug-ins (such as Time Stretch, Pitch-Shift without preserving duration, and some Vibrato settings) will cause audio to play out of synchronization with the waveform display in the timeline and with other tracks. If an effects chain includes non-in-place plug-ins, the effects chain icon will be displayed in yellow () to indicate th
at automatic plug-in delay compensation is being used.
When input monitoring is on during audio recording, plug-in chains that cannot be used for live monitoring are automatically bypassed and are displayed in red ().
When using ACID software as a ReWire device, any effects chain that includes non-in-place plug-ins is automatically bypassed to prevent synchronization problems with the ReWire mixer application. The effects chain icon is displayed in red (). Apply the plug-ins within the ReWire mixer application.
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