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I saw a great conversation the other day when someone in a Facebook group asked about whether they should put their delay or reverb FX first in their channel strip. The truth is that the choices you make about where in the order each audio fx goes can have a big impact on the finished sound. Check out this video for some examples of what I'm talking about and some discussion of what I tend to start out with:


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