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I have a nuo 2 mixer, so I have an input for effects & stuff.
Since I have a laptop, I was wondering if there are programs that I can use as effect box.

I hope my question is clear, I don't know much about hardware and stuff...

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The nuo2 has an internal DSP effect module, so you can send (dry/wet) your desired effect level/amount to a channel of your choice. And it seems that you can store your own effect programs/settings as well. I think you can't do much with an additional laptop, except for maybe storing extra user-presets.
If your mixer has seperate send-return busses (which i think it hasn't) then we're talking, because you could use your laptop to add effects, mind you, you will still need some sort of audio-interface...
You might use the MIDI functions of your mixer to control external modules though, but then we're talking drumcomputers, bpm-synced stuff, but no effects, because your audio-signal simply won't pass thru a midi-signal.

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-3 channels, 8 inputs (2 PHONO, 2 L-LINE, 3 H-LINE, 1 MIC)
-2 independent outs (OUT 1, OUT 2, REC)

So you could send stuff to your laptop, process it with any FX module that lets you do realtime FX and send it back.

Look for guitar-fx software. That's always a safe bet..
For instance: Native Instrument Guitar Rig.

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