I am in my first year in audio at Nescom and I have a project on the 32 channel Soundcraft Ghost console. Time is very limited so I cant mess around on it for too long so Im hoping I can get a few tips before I get there. I have 10 tracks, 1 and 2 are drums, 3 is bass, 4 and 5 is rythm guitar, 6 and 7 is lead guitar, 8 and 9 is some random kybd noise, 10 is kybd slap bassy thing. Class project is to assign certain tracks to the 4 group master faders, use the aux sends to two of the effects than back into the console on say tracks 17 and 18, or what I wanted to do is set effects on 17,18,19,20 to get reverb on two of the faders and phaser on the other two faders. Effects are using aux 1 and aux 2 I assigned drums and bass (1,2,3) on G1,G2 Rythms (4,5) on G3,G4 Lead (6,7) on G5,G6 Kybd (8,9,10) on G7,G8 I assigned the reverb effect on channel 17 and 18, 17 on 1,2 routing matrix, 18 on 5,6. I assigned the phaser effect on channel 19 and 20, 19 on 3,4 routing matrix swith and 20 on 7,8. My goal is to fade in G1,G2 with effects, than fade in G3,G4 and G7,G8 with effects, than fade in G5,G6 with effects. What I ended up with when I fade in G1,G2 is the reverb on bass and drums which is good, but also the effects and only the effects of the kybds which is not good. I tried messing with pre/post fader buttons without success. Is what Im doing even possible? I read the manual but got more confused.