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How to use the AFX as inserts in your DAW with the Discrete series interfaces

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How to use the AFX as inserts in your DAW with the Discrete series interfaces

In this basic guide we will demonstrate how to route and utilize Antelope's FPGA FX as hardware inserts in your DAW (when working with Discrete 4 and 8).
This can be achieved with a simple routing scheme allowing you to access the AFX on any track in your DAW.

By following these instructions you will be able to implement the Antelope Audio FPGA effects in your project and benefit from the pristine analogue quality, zero-latency workflow and easy to transfer AFX instances and settings via the session save/load options. You can have a dedicated AFX insert setup for every project.

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