[Ardour-Users] Noob Alert: Process Question - best practices for multiple takes

fred f.rech at yahoo.fr
Sat Oct 23 23:25:02 PDT 2010

On Ardour.org you will find the "Ardour shortcut tracksheet" (type this 
in the search zone up right) to forget the mouse, and in the Ardours' 
menus some shortcuts appears right to the action. Plus, you can edit 
shortcuts to fit your needs.

For your question about multiple tracks or not, it depends : do you rec 
only your guit ?

Stephen Nesbitt a écrit :
> All:
> I am just starting to use Ardour to regularly record my guitar efforts 
> (sometimes known as the diary of how I am or am not improving). In doing so, I 
> of course often will have numerous takes.
> My question is from a process point of view - what is a suggested 
> workflow/process? One track per take? Multiple tracks per tape? Keep recording 
> throughout? Stop and start and recording for each take? And then how to review 
> and select one of among many takes? And how to do it in a relatively seamless 
> way that doesn't get in the way of the actual recording (Put the instrument 
> down? Find mouse, click around, etc.)
> I'm hoping Ardour users will share their experience and advise not on the 
> functions of Ardour, but how best to use its function in this context.
> Thanks in advance,
> -steve
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