So far, we’ve just been looking at ways to use the crossfader-effects trick with pre-fader sends. You can also have some fun crossfading to return tracks when using a default post-fader send.
Remember, the difference between using pre-fader (Send A) and post-fader (Send B), is that when using the post-fader send, the source signal will stop feeding signal to the return track when the crossfader is all the way right.
In this example, Send B contains a delay set up like this:
When the crossfader is cut to the right, the dry signal disappears leaving only a delay tail. mmmm…dubby.