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Do you mean you want what is sent to the reverb to be external or the

return from the reverb? I believe in either case you can route the signal

to a Bus and then connect that bus to an extra output on your audio interface.

This of course assumes your interface has enough outputs, and you have a

place on your hardware mixer you can patch this into.

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Hi mate thanks for the reply yes Id like the amount of Logic Reverb to be controlled by the AUX sends in my hardware mixer where all my synths are plugged in :)

Got it from your post thank you, so I go insert vst/au to BUS, send BUS to spare Audio OUT to AUX SEND on Mixer, Then AUX return from outboard mixer back to original BUS?

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Hi all does anyone know of any settings (if even possible) that allow Logic fx such as reverb to be routed to an analogue send on a hardware mixer please?


It should be possible with the in and out ports on your mixer.

You'll have to tell us which mixer it is and your interface in question for us to be able to properly help you.

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