Also spelled or known as: Bus
What does Buss mean? What is a Buss?
Buss is a an auxiliary track that is assigned audio from multiple tracks in a DAW for group audio processing. A bus may group vocals, piano, and synthesizers together after their individual processing. A drum buss can group a kick, snare, hats, rides, and other percussion recordings into one channel (after initial processing), this bus creates a group effect processing, like EQ, reverb, compression, etc.
Example sentence: “I put all the drums in a buss.”
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