Multiple Tracks Questions
I'm trying to figure out the boundaries of what is possible within the App from a multiple tracks perspective. Here's what I've discovered so far.
It is possible to use up to a mazimum of 3 input sources, and as long as there is no effect in the effects slot, these three input sources can be recorded independently as separate tracks in Multitrack DAW.
I currently only own 1 effects slot capable app (JamUp) and when I insert this app into the effects slot, it automatically sums all 3 inputs to a single track in Multitrack DAW.
If I were to have another effects slot capable app, could I enter use it in conjunction with or independently of JamUp? If so, how would it be routed (series, parallel)?
Let's say I wanted to record live guitar (effected by JamUp) and synth app (played by midi keyboard) at the same time into Multitrack DAW as separate tracks. Is this possible or would everything in the input slots have to be routed through the JamUp app? (i.e. Gtr (mic) input > JamUp > Multitrack DAW separate track in conjunction with Synth (input) > no effects > Multitrack DAW separate track.)
Why does JamUp have the option (blue arrow) to be assigned to the effects slot in either an Active or Bypassed state? Meaning, what purpose would there be to assign it as bypassed instead of just removing it from the chain altogether?