Using Group Channels

You can route the outputs from multiple audio channels to a group. This enables you to control the channel levels using one fader, apply the same effects and EQ to all channels, etc. You can also select a group channel as input for an audio track, to record a downmix of separate tracks, for example.


You have created and set up a group channel track in stereo.


  1. Route the group channel track to an output bus.
  2. Add effects to the group channel as insert effects.
  3. Route the mono audio track to the group channel.


The signal from the mono audio track is sent directly to the group, where it passes through the insert effect in stereo.