In this tutorial, we show you how to take a traditional mixing technique of using reverb as a post fader effect, as you would normally do with time-based
effects, and instead, turn the send into a pre fader send. This changes how your wet to dry ratio, or your dry signal to your effected signal, changes
when you move the faders. It can be a great way to achieve a different feel for a track or a more effective way to drown a track in reverb without losing
the dry signal altogether while still maintaining control of both, and give your track some really interesting texture.
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Listen to ProTools – Mixing Tip: Pre Fader Sends