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what does the passthrough button do on the mix fx bus insert

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asked Apr 1, 2016 in Studio One 3 by docdavid (350 points)
that's all, just that

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answered Apr 2, 2016 by DannyDan (390 points)
Hi,

the same than deactivating it !

Best regards,

Danny
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answered Apr 2, 2016 by jih64 (840 points)

This is what they say in a thread on the Studio One forums

Basically you have two modes:
Mode 1 = old behavior = Sub bus processed all children tracks + main bus process all child tracks except sub buses.
Mode 2 = passthrough mode = Sub bus processed all children tracks + main bus process all child track including buses.

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answered Apr 3, 2016 by docdavid (350 points)
Is there a better explination, of the actual process ?

peace hope love

Doc
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answered Apr 7, 2016 by benreaves (5,110 points)
Old/non-passthrough behavior: sub busses and children are processed, but sub busses are already summed, leaving the sub children alone

Passthrough behavior: children and sub children are processed, and sub busses are treated as groups, not processed
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answered Apr 8, 2016 by docdavid (350 points)
iv'e tried using it and none of that seems to be happening

peace hope love doc
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answered May 6, 2016 by ronnyrydgren2 (920 points)

i got confused as well by the anwsers. About children and not children. Im not used talking in terms of children for mixer tracks in a bus.

Ive noticed what it do.

If you have a mixer bus-/aux- track with a couple of tracks routed to that bus and you use passthrough active on console shaper then it will
ignore the bus-/aux- track and apply mix fx to the tracks routed to the bus/aux track instead.


if passthrough is disabled it wont apply any console shaper on the tracks that are routed to the bus track. instead it will apply
console shaper for the summing signal of the bus aux track. 

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