[Ardour-Users] How do you use Jamin in Ardour (was: Cleaning up unused regions)

Nick Ramm seeyoushortly at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Oct 6 09:28:09 PDT 2011

> I was reading and saying "hey, good reason to master in a different session"
> but after that, and now from my complete newbieness ;p ...wouldn't it also
> be a good idea to reuse even the mix? if you need the album to sound the
> same, comps and EQs on tracks should also be preserved, and maybe some
> effect params and so. You could have a template project for a particular
> band/artist/x built from the first song recorded or something.
I definitely save plugin parameters to re-use across multiple sessions,
since I don't put multiple songs in a single session unless they were
recorded live.  

My problem with building a template session with fx is that I likely
won't go near the fx until I start to mix, which happens after much 
of the recording has been done.  I've built my favorites list up to
the point where 95% of what I'll use is there, so adding what I like
is easy.

I think it's important to start from scratch with regard to plug-ins otherwise you risk making all your music sound the same (if it doesn't already!)
...then mix as well as possible in ardour before moving to mastering.

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