bclark4444 at gmail.com
Tue May 14 03:26:20 PDT 2019
Caveat emptor - I am not a real Sound Engineer, but i do pretend to be one
in my home studio
The way i assemble the songs for an album is i export a mixdown of all the
songs to their own wav files, then i create a separate project for the
album where i pull in those wav's and line them up on the timeline. This
is where i add the transitions from one song to the next, setup all my CD
markers, and setup the mastering (eg. 'inserts' to Jamin, or combination
of plugins like EQ and Mulitband compression). I found this method worked
best for me to make the entire album sound coherent.
I hope this helps!
On Tue, May 14, 2019 at 3:10 AM m.eik michalke <m at reaktanz.de> wrote:
> my band is currently (and has been for the past four years...) working on
> album, and we've almost recorded everything now -- with ardour, of course.
> amazing experience.
> now here's the thing: we want some of the tracks to be joined by various
> recordings, so there's no true ending of one song and beginning of the
> but a seamless flow from one to the other. is there a best way of doing
> when all songs are in separate projects? can you create a new meta-project
> link all the individual project files, so you get the output of e.g. their
> master busses in individual regions (maybe using a plugin)?
> if not, what would you recommend? export all projects to WAV files
> viele grüße :: m.eik
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