adobe audition 1.5 help help help part 2
Posted 08 June 2006 - 08:55 PM
i realy need some info asap because i have a prouducer thats willing to listen to my demo, but i want it in tip top shape so that every thing can go smoth thanks alot :idea: [/b]
Posted 16 June 2006 - 10:44 AM
you have to get the right balance while in multi track before you mix it down, try complementary measures on your equalizer settings to bring out and not morph your vocal tracks. i s'ppose you have an ok mic.
then utilize your volume and pan controls to get tha right balance on the mix, try to bring out ya vocals a bit since it's a demo tape and tha producer would actually be listening for ya talent.
then mix down all tracks to file (Edit menu) and normalize your new mixed down audio file (Efects > Amplitude > Normalize) in edit view. remember it is not how loud, but how clear and clean....loud volumes tend to distort your sound......
best of luck wit ya demo
Posted 16 July 2006 - 10:04 PM
cubase sx (3, if i may add), is fun to use if you can understand the complex wonders it can perform...
check out the other state-of the art steinberg software...nuendo...shit's kool for real
as a vst host it's almost unbeatable
Posted 20 July 2006 - 09:30 PM
as always, steinberg provides you with an environmentt that has at least 3 ways of doing the same thing to different results.....
i must confess that since i acquired my nuendo 3, i have only used it once or twice to mix stuff done originally in cubase sx 3.....
but stuff must be kool, after all its newer....
Posted 23 July 2006 - 11:17 AM
yo west!!!!! have u got sample tank XXL? i got the free version and am in love with it.
what other sample plugins for fruity do u know of dude?
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