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Dry Wet issue in Pro Tools

February 05, 2021 - 06:32 pm


I've got an H9000 which I love, but having a really simple issue with routing. Maybe it's just how I'm approaching it but I wonder if anyone can advise:

Basically, I want to be able to have 4 stereo audio tracks bussing to 4 instances (ADAT) to only print the wet mix from the H9000. 

Every which way I try to achieve this, I end up printing the dry signal as well: I really just need to be able to do this for stems sending back and forth to an engineer I work with who doesn't have an H9000 so I want to print as audio all the time rather than having a Dry/Wet mix on the HW insert on each track I'm wanting to treat.. None of these issues exist with my various Hardware reverbs / FX, so I'm going slightly mad trying to figure out how and why this should be any different ... and yes, all the appropriate settings in Emote are set to 100% wet! 


Any thoughts from anyone?



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February 06, 2021 - 04:00 pm

Could you give some more information about how you have things routed both in Pro Tools and Emote? 

If you could provide some screenshots that would be useful as well.