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-Press Routing to enter the routing menu. Make sure you’re using a series routing signal flow
.-Turn the third Quick Knob until it says Stereo Insert
.-Turn the first Quick Knob to position the stereo insert in between A & B.
-Connect your second synth to Inputs 3&4. Leave Outputs 3 & 4 disconnected.
-In the Routing menu, turn the Select knob to access the Insert parameters. Notice the third option on the display is “Mix.” This is the insert return Mix.
Set this to 50%.
-Now, you will be able to mix the signal connected to inputs 1&2 with the signal from 3&4.
The signal on 3&4, however, will not be affected by effect A, whereas the signal at inputs 1&2 will go through both algorithms A & B.
This method is working great, and I’m able to process 2 stereo synths through one program (2 algos) and use one stereo output.
The only downside I find is that, when bypassing the program (with the Active footswitch), the synth that is connected to inputs 3-4 is still being affected by the program and I have to bypass the algos separately to eliminate that.
Is there a way around this?