routing VS xrouting ?

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  1. Eminos

    Eminos New Member

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    What is the difference between "routing" and "xrouting" in DSP?

    I use the regular "routing" without "Surrounder" (oldstyle), but I see that the default in newer versions isn't like that...

    /Eminos
     
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    For you who have little DSP space: Remove all plugins you don't use. If you don't record from external sources, remove the Prolog. Removing the router and constructing your own minimalistic wiring works too. If you use Cakewalk/Cubase and no SoundFonts, you can remove everything and connect FXbus0, 1 to Epilog out0, 1. If you need to mix in an effects chain, add a Stereo Mix (remember to Tweak and drag the sliders to 100%) and route your sequencer's aux to the right FXbus pair. =)
     
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    Eugene Gavrilov kX Project Lead Programmer and Coordinator

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    xrounting + surrounder is a more powerful combination
    however, surrounder won't allow you to use EQ10 (if you have 10k1-based board), but you'll have Timbre instead

    /E
     
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    Ok, thanks...but what are the benefits when using xrouting and surrounder with 10k1 ?
     
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    Eugene Gavrilov kX Project Lead Programmer and Coordinator

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    surrounder: different speaker configurations, Dolby Surround encoder / decoder
    routing: better rec / synth routings

    in general, if you don't need extra resources for additional effects, I suggest you use xrouting+surrounder+timbre

    /E
     

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