[ardour-users] Using plugins in ardour

Keith Smith kah.smith at shaw.ca
Sun Apr 24 11:48:47 PDT 2005

Point well taken. I guess I'm thinking more of the way I've used
Cubase/Antares for spot fixes on vox tracks in graphical mode where the
settings are different in every case. I'm also terrible at documenting
what I've done (but you knew that anyway ;) ) -kinda goes with being
On Sun, 2005-04-24 at 11:31 -0700, Mark Knecht wrote:
> On 4/24/05, Keith Smith <kah.smith at shaw.ca> wrote:
> > Hi Mark, Mario.
> > Would it make more sense to bounce the area of the region in question
> > (without splitting it) and then pop the new bounced region back on top
> > of the original? It seems to me that would be a little closer to
> > Cubase's 'process in place'.
> > k
> Keith,
>    It's an option, I suppose, but I'd think that over time you'd lose
> information on what you did and why. If you did this more than once
> how do you remember what you did on each bounced version. Also there
> would be a sort of 'which one's on top - which one am I hearing?'
> question in my mind. Maybe it's just me but I don't care for region on
> top of region mechanics much.
>    Automating plugins is a pretty normal request and a pretty normal
> process. Having automation for the bypass fits that model pretty well
> for me. And no information is lost along the way since it's just
> automation and you can turn it on or off anytime you want.
> Take care,
> Mark

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