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What do the acronyms DX, FX, MX stand for?

It is an interesting question. I worked in film music for nearly 30 years. We always called them MX, DX, FX. My assumption is it started with effects, as FX sounds just like "Effects" from there it ...
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Guitar pedals + sound card: What's wrong with the combination?

A recommended setup would include impedance matching and voltage matching (line/mic) there’s not a risk of damage but for cleaner recording and less noise you should use direct boxes between XLR and ...
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Guitar pedals + sound card: What's wrong with the combination?

It will not cause any damage to your pedals - as you can see from that video, you can pop effects in there quite happily as an FX loop. Having delay or reverb in their own effects loop isn't ...
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What do the acronyms DX, FX, MX stand for?

VO: VoiceOver M: music SF: Sound effect D: dialogue x is nothing else that a visual mark, a separator between category and title. VOxMark DxJohn SFxBomb MxIntro
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FX Mixer Duties on a 2 man mix

Well, If you have an aesthetic understanding (cause FX can make a thing sound from classy to sh** but they can work the other way around too..) The only thing i would focus on is configuring delay ...
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