I find it quite odd that there isn’t a stereo A/B switcher plug-in. It’s a common thing to have two chains of effects and choose A or B while maintaining a stereo path. There is a stereo mixer, two channels into one, but not the opposite.
Is there an effect of some kind, which has this option?
Possibly there is a paid plug-in not in the library which has this option?
Just wondering what others use when they want to do this.
So my understanding (and I’m new ) is that Switchbox sends the output directly to either of the hardware outputs. So Switchbox is not what I’m looking for. I’m looking for a way to route internal signals to different effect chains inside the unit.
I would prefer something which takes a stereo signal and routes it to either A stereo out, or B stereo out (of that plug-in) more like the opposite of Stereo X Fade, with a fader button. I like being able to control ‘send amounts’, so a fader works great.
However it would also be great to have a stereo version of Toggle Switch 4, because I would use that to route the stereo input to one of 4 possible effect chains. currently using two of the mono version means you can’t make this switch with ‘one click’ of a button.
I’m really happy to hear about a solution for this. I’m looking for ways to send one stereo signal into two separate stereo chains and fade between them, rather than use a toggle switch. Anyone knows how this is done? I can not seem to find a pedal/module for it.
With the Stereo X-fade end-chain fading works perfect, but my main issue here is that i have (simply put) a dry stereo signal chain, and a wet stereo signal chain. The thing that i’m after is the tail of possible reverbs and delays when fading between the two signals. If this is done at the end of the chain (with the x fade module), there reverb/delay won’t dry out naturally (as we’re fading between a dry and wet signal), whereas when the fading occurs at the start of the chain, we rather control how much signal is being fed into a chain, and there will still be a tail/delay/reverb etc when faded to the dry signal as there will be still signal in the wet chain until everything dries out if that makes sense