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Record audio without audio processes (like reverb, delays, and compression)

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asked Jul 17, 2020 in StudioLive Series III by jamisonlyman (150 points)

My church is going to be upgrading our sound board in the near future and the 32S has caught my eye. I'm loving what I'm hearing and seeing in many reviews.

My main question is about recording to an SD card or to a computer. If we are running effects (like reverb, delay, and compression) from the board on vocal/instrument channels, is it possible to multitrack record without having those effects on the recording? We want the flexibility of processing and editing the recordings after a live recording.

Thanks for your help!

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answered Jul 21, 2020 by jonnydoyle (403,240 points)
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The SD card by default only record dry/raw audio to the SD card.