Mix Group Vs Aux Group

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allemano bernard@neuf.fr
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Mix Group Vs Aux Group

Postby allemano bernard@neuf.fr » Fri Jul 08, 2016 10:55

Hi,
Have somebody seen the difference between MixGroup and AuxGroup ? ?
both seems having the same characteristics....

Thank you !

Bernard
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Re: Mix Group Vs Aux Group

Postby Silas » Fri Jul 08, 2016 16:48

Hi Bernard,

Unless I'm mistaken, an AuxGroup can be fed by Aux sends while a MixGroup cannot (only fed by turning on strips into it). So an AuxGroup can have a unique mix independent of the fader levels (reverb?) while the MixGroup is dependent on fader levels only (Stem mixing).

Best,
S
Silas Brown
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Re: Mix Group Vs Aux Group

Postby allemano bernard@neuf.fr » Fri Jul 08, 2016 20:11

Hi,
Thank you Silas, You're right ! ! :D

(AuxGroup = "StripGroup" and MixGroup = "BusGroup")

Best regards,

Bernard
pyramix 10 Native; windows 10 64 Bits; Asrock Z 270 PRO 4; intel core i7 7700 4.20 GHz; 16G DDR4;
1 X M2 Nvme for system; 1 X SSD for medias; 1 WD Caviar Black 1T. for backups.