Connection question

Aeros before or after Strymon Iridium?

Definitely after. You want to be able to change tones between tracks, right? This is true for more than the Iridium; pretty much most pedals, preamps, etc.

There a few uses for having it in front:

  • Dialing in a tone and setting levels. Record the straight guitar. Then sit back as it loops while you tweak signal chain … or walk around to sound check.
  • Ambient, experimental, and other stuff where the effects are central to performance … sometimes more than instrument itself, and you want to transform the loop over time.
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Thanks, very helpful