A common feature in other DAWs is the ability to route the output of an FX channel, down a send, and back into the FX channel itself. You can do this in Ableton Live and Propellerhead's Reason (video examples below).
The purpose of doing this is to create a pleasant feedback delay that you can automate. This is a tremendously important technique in the dub reggae genre of music.
To describe what I'm talking about further, let's say you have the following scenario. There is an audio track with a keyboard part on it. Additionally, there is an FX track with a delay plug-in on it. Next, as typically, one would bus the audio track to the FX track to hear the delay on the keyboard.
Now here is the "unusual" part, and the feature I'm asking for:
The next step in the scenario is to then route the output of the FX track BACK into the FX track's input.
You can then ride/automate the fader on this rerouted signal to get very, very pleasant results. Here are video examples of it being done in Ableton and Reason:
Example in Ableton Live (skip to 4:14 to see what I'm talking about):
Here is an example of the same technique done in Propellerhead's Reason:
Please let me know if this feature request needs further elaboration. Thank you for your support, and for continuing work on the great product that is Studio One.
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