How to work with effects in lines, aux busses and chains.
First, add a bar recorder with a drag and drop from the browser like this:
In the menu that appears, choose open patch.
If you have a sound card with more than 1 input, open the global setup with [ctrl +F5].
Here’s an example of a multi input / output sound card in the global setup / asio tab.
Now, under audio in, choose your inputs and activate them as you need:
You can now choose the audio in you need for each track:
And use the rec button to record a sound from your audio in:
If you add a second bar recorder patch on both tracks you can choose which one is active by selecting the entire line with the small button on the left:
Note that only the active one shows a white square:
If you need more lines you can add some using the shortcut [ctrl + L ].
To illustrate the auxiliary bus we need a third track, which we can add using the shortcut [ ctrl+T ]:
Add a delay patch on track 3:
You’ll notice Usine has created a delay patch with all the classic delay parameters:
Set this tracks audio in to aux1.
Now, you can activate the auxiliary for the track 1 with the on / off button and set the level you want to send to the delay.
Play with the aux send level and the parameters on the delay to adjust your sound to taste.
The Grid may also be used in all mode.
This mode allows all patches in a track to be played in the same time, allowing for example several sampler to be played in parallel.
An On/Off button is created for each patch so they may be muted individually in the chain.
From time to time it’s useful to minimize / maximize a patches interface panel.
Usine has 2 shortcuts for this: [ctrl M]and [ctrl P]:
[ctrl M] minimize:
[ctrl P] maximize:
You can also minimize /maximize each panel individually with the small white square: