Bouncing fx returns to audio

Bouncing fx returns to audio

Audiotent Tip 395. Bouncing fx returns to audio.

Committing your FX returns to audio might not seem like a necessary task.
However, there are a few occasions where this can be especially beneficial.
E.g. Spacial effects such as delay or reverb can have a long lasting tail.
Committing to audio allows you to precisely cut the FX tail so it doesn't leak into the next section.
Or cut the exact length of a gated snare reverb, so it stops right before the kick.

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