[Ardour-Users] How to give a sound "presentation"?
seablaede at gmail.com
Sun Jan 11 16:35:08 PST 2009
On Sun, Jan 11, 2009 at 7:03 PM, Christopher <c.boggs at gmail.com> wrote:
> I ended up compromising and using Ardour and other various sound
> programs to build my own custom CD based on my cue list. I added
> enough empty space at the beginning and end of each track (cue) to
> ensure I wouldn't accidentally let it keep going. All I had to do was
> hit the pause button, next track, then play when it came time for the
> cue. This is the same premise for what I did back in the day, except
> I wasn't able to burn my own CD's back then.. I had to constantly
> swap out retail Sound-FX cd's and sort through hundreds of 5 second
> tracks to find the one I needed... PITA!
For the record, next time save yourself a LOT of headache if you can't get
one of the software packages I mentioned before. At the very least get
yourselfa decent CD player with auto-pause functionality. It will pause at
the end of the track automatically, and cue up the next track. This can be
found on many decent players these days intended for stage use, but not on
things like walkmans or home stereo CD players.
Likewise these days it would probably be worth it to look into a flash based
playback unit if you can instead of CDs. Should be much more dependable due
to not being effected by vibrations. This is the reason why MD stayed
popular in theater in fact.
But ideally get yourself a Mac and QLab for the time being, honestly. It
makes all the difference in the world.
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