How do i assign FX channels

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How can i assign a track to an FX channel? I am a new user sorry, I just cannot find the way how... :(
Hubert Monzon wrote:
Fri May 18, 2018 2:45 am
How can i assign a track to an FX channel? I am a new user sorry, I just cannot find the way how... :(
Welcome to the forums Hubert Monzon.

When using the plugins, eg. Triple oscillator or audio file processor etc.
look close to the pitch dial, and you'll see a number on the right hand side
highlighted in green, with the word, FX under it.
Put the mouse cursor onto that number, then scroll the mouse wheel.
The number will change to other numbers.
Note: Each number is linked, to an FX channel, with the exact same number.

If you want the plugin, linked to, for eg. fx channel 2, then put the mouse cursor
on the fx number, at the top of the plugin, then scroll the number up to channel 2. :)

If you want to read up on it: https://lmms.io/wiki/index.php?title=FX_Mixer
Then scroll down to Assign Instruments to FX-channels.
That will answer your question too. :D
brandystarbrite wrote:
Fri May 18, 2018 4:24 am
Hubert Monzon wrote:
Fri May 18, 2018 2:45 am
How can i assign a track to an FX channel? I am a new user sorry, I just cannot find the way how... :(
Welcome to the forums Hubert Monzon.

When using the plugins, eg. Triple oscillator or audio file processor etc.
look close to the pitch dial, and you'll see a number on the right hand side
highlighted in green, with the word, FX under it.
Put the mouse cursor onto that number, then scroll the mouse wheel.
The number will change to other numbers.
Note: Each number is linked, to an FX channel, with the exact same number.

If you want the plugin, linked to, for eg. fx channel 2, then put the mouse cursor
on the fx number, at the top of the plugin, then scroll the number up to channel 2. :)

If you want to read up on it: https://lmms.io/wiki/index.php?title=FX_Mixer
Then scroll down to Assign Instruments to FX-channels.
That will answer your question too. :D
Thanks, :D , I keep on dragging the tracks to the FX channel before I had read this, made me like a fool. :mrgreen: :lol:
Hubert Monzon wrote:
Fri May 18, 2018 2:45 am
I am a new user sorry
I will let the 'sorry' be for you posting in a completely irrelevant topic, in a forum where it did not belong..
Please please ..please
Never post a topic without making sure, that you either make a new topic, with a new subject/ question, or that your post is relevant to the topic you are posting in.
Your help request for mixer-assignment was not relevant to

"Easy Master Volume Tutorial" by CalRo

Oh well
But in fact there is one more super neat way to assign FX-channels!
In songEditor click the instrument-buttons cogwheel
There you have the option: Send-to-mixer-channel
Lmms will not only create a new channel, lmms will also name the channel, accordingly to the instrument name. Clearly the best way to assign FXs

Besides that, since you are new here-
Welcome to the forum Hubert !
Here are all important links:
http://lmms.io/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=4740
-A few rules and useful forum instructions

As new Perhaps my LMMS rookie-guide can interest you? Link in signature.
I am really sorry musikbear, I once thought that master Volume Tutorial and the Fx Channels are the same because they are besides each other in the "FX Mixer" :( . Now that I know it isn't, I see how inappropriate my action was :| . But anyways, thanks for correcting me, and I hope this thread helps other rookie like me too. :D

musikbear wrote:
Fri May 18, 2018 12:33 pm
Hubert Monzon wrote:
Fri May 18, 2018 2:45 am
I am a new user sorry
I will let the 'sorry' be for you posting in a completely irrelevant topic, in a forum where it did not belong..
Please please ..please
Never post a topic without making sure, that you either make a new topic, with a new subject/ question, or that your post is relevant to the topic you are posting in.
Your help request for mixer-assignment was not relevant to

"Easy Master Volume Tutorial" by CalRo

Hubert Monzon wrote:
Fri May 18, 2018 3:12 pm
I am really sorry
NP its not worth mention twice. Have fun here !
Hubert Monzon wrote:
Fri May 18, 2018 8:16 am
brandystarbrite wrote:
Fri May 18, 2018 4:24 am
Hubert Monzon wrote:
Fri May 18, 2018 2:45 am
How can i assign a track to an FX channel? I am a new user sorry, I just cannot find the way how... :(
Welcome to the forums Hubert Monzon.

When using the plugins, eg. Triple oscillator or audio file processor etc.
look close to the pitch dial, and you'll see a number on the right hand side
highlighted in green, with the word, FX under it.
Put the mouse cursor onto that number, then scroll the mouse wheel.
The number will change to other numbers.
Note: Each number is linked, to an FX channel, with the exact same number.

If you want the plugin, linked to, for eg. fx channel 2, then put the mouse cursor
on the fx number, at the top of the plugin, then scroll the number up to channel 2. :)

If you want to read up on it: https://lmms.io/wiki/index.php?title=FX_Mixer
Then scroll down to Assign Instruments to FX-channels.
That will answer your question too. :D
Thanks, :D , I keep on dragging the tracks to the FX channel before I had read this, made me like a fool. :mrgreen: :lol:
Lol! Have fun on the forums dude. :D

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