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  • #52094
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    JonnyGold
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    Hello friendly people 🙂

    i’d like to ask, if it is possible to use the Strymon Big Sky (Stereo Reverb) as a send effect.
    I want to send it i.E. to the Snare, hats and synth.

    Does this work?

    Jonny

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    #52096
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    ljefe
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    Yes, it works well. I was using it today. Send it out a stereo mix output. You’ll need to hook it up with two balanced to unbalanced cables- XLR female pin 3 (cold) to pin 1 (ground) > 1/4″ TS male. Then you just need two 1/4″ TS male to male cables to bring it back to the mixer.

    It sounds so nice. Today I cleared space in the Big Sky to make presets for an upcoming project. I dialed in some beautiful rooms and halls as well as some really off the wall rhythmic reverbs.

    #52098
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    JonnyGold
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    Thank you for the quick answer!
    I don’t have the qu-16 but i buy it next Week and i can’t wait anymore!!!!!!!

    So it is possible to route the effects to separate tracks, right?

    I love the Big Sky to! I use it for my Analog Keys and my Guitar. But i want to use it also for my Analog Rytm to get some nice percussive rooms.

    #52099
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    [XAP]Bob
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    Yes, you burn I/O to do so, but it’s perfectly possible.

    The additional digital delay shouldn’t be of concern, but watch for comb filtering.

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