Orinj version 7.0.0
The precise order of mixing is as follows.
- The sound data from all blocks in a track is combined into a single signal per track. This includes all types of blocks: waves, loops, and MIDI files. (Loops and MIDI files are converted to waves when included in the session).
- Track effects are applied to each track.
- Track volumes, pan, volume envelopes, and pan envelopes are applied to each track.
- Tracks are sent to auxiliary channels, as appropriate.
- Effects are applied to auxiliary channels.
- Auxiliary channel volume and pan are applied to the auxiliary channels.
- Auxiliary channels and tracks are mixed into the master channel.
- Master channel effects are applied to the master channel.
- Master channel volume and pan are applied to the master channel.
Each individual track in the session is first mixed individually before being placed into an auxiliary channel or the overall mix. Similarly, each auxiliary channel is mixed individually before it is included in the master channel.
In all three stages of the mix – tracks, auxiliary channel, and the master channel – effects are applied before volume and pan.