Local AUX Busses

In addition to the 4 global AUX busses, you can also create local AUX busses for layers. This allows you to integrate typical AUX effects like reverb or delay into a program, for example.

If you add a local AUX bus for a layer, the signal routing for the layer automatically changes from the global AUX bus to the new local bus.

AUX busses can be distinguished in the Program Tree by their green bus icon. A small number inside the icon indicates the specific AUX bus. AUX send effects that were added to a normal bus show a red effects icon with the same small numbers. This way, you can identify which AUX busses and sends are used, even if their names have been modified.

Adding and Removing Local AUX Busses

  • To add a local AUX bus, select the layer for which you want to add the bus in the Program Tree, click the Add Bus button on the toolbar and select one of the four AUX busses from the menu.

  • To remove a local AUX bus, select it in the Program Tree and press Delete or Backspace or use the Delete command on the context menu.

    When you remove a local AUX bus, all sends that were routed to it are sent to the global AUX busses.