Ok I’m home now. As an example, and this is just what i always do…whenever i have say reverb or delay on something like a clean guitar or a lead or even synths, I’ll take out most of the junk below 300hz in the reverb and delay. It just so happens i use plugins that specifically facilitate that but even f the one you’'re using doesn’t have those options you can always use a send (well, in a DAW) and then blend the fx in how you like on a new track, eq them there or compress them, whatever you want without damaging the original sound. i tend to do this with drums, all my reverbs go to sends, I take out most of the stuff below around 300hz and above 3khz because the meat of that effect is somewhere between those and the rest is basically junk that clouds up a mix. Same with delays, you can find a nice sweet spot to hipass and lopass the junk frequencies and it really does clear things up and most of the time will actually make the delay sound better too.
This info might not be new to any of you guys itt in particular, I know you guys mostly know this stuff. Plus yeah it’s harder to do on a hardware unit without any send/return connectors, which I’m not sure if that unit does.
EDIT: 40 fucking typos later