steve wrote:I would probably use a similar approach, but if there's not a huge number of tracks I'd keep it all in one project:
1) Make a "sub-mix" of the harmony tracks by selecting those tracks (after setting pan and gain) and apply "Tracks menu > Mix and render to new track".
This retains the original tracks, which I would then mute and minimize (mute button, then click on the ^ at the bottom of the track info panel to collapse the track to minimum height). The new, mixed, "harmony" track is at the bottom of the project, which I would then name appropriately.
2) Make a duplicate of the mixed "harmony" track.
3) Apply reverb (wet only) to the duplicate track and name it something like "h-reverb".
4) Check how it sounds and save a new backup with a unique name ("my-project-018")
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