At 10/15/12 12:12 PM, JJM121 wrote:
FL Studio 10.
Cool, my specialty. Two possible solutions here:
1. (naive solution) Create both effects on the same insert bus and, when the time comes to switch, automate all the dry/wets over to dry for the effects you don't want, and do the opposite for the effects you do. This would result in completely switching which effects actually have an impact on the sound.
2. (More elegant) Put the effects chains on separate insert buses. Route your instrument only to those two, and not to the master fader. Set the routing to the first one to 100% and to the second one to 0%. When the time comes to switch effects, automate those knobs to switch positions, sending the first insert bus to 0% and the second to 100%. Should be very simple to do and relatively easy.
If that clutters up your mixer too much, use the send buses that are visible at all times. Most people just ignore them, but using them will take advantage of valuable screen real estate.
Good luck! Let me know if you have any further issues.