Started by KrazyKatz, March 15, 2006, 15:26:09
Quote from: "LPChip"I do work at a bank
Quote from: "Snu"2) the extremely confusing plugin system (makes mixing very hard, tho recently i have been exporting instrument tracks, and mixing in tracktion which seems much more suited to that).
Quote from: "yrk"Quote from: "LPChip"I do work at a bankSo can you, like, get free money and stuff?
Quote from: "yrk"So for example if I have a reverb effect, I might want to send a only a little bit of guitar through it but quite a bit of lead vocal but you can't do that in MPT (I think). We need the ability to create submixes or mix groups and route them through effects...
Quote from: "anboi"i see the reverb thing as a big problem too (or whatever effect, but yeah i most often use reverb in this way.) it is possible to use loads of duplicate reverbs but its so much more efficient to have 2 reverbs and variable amount of wet/dry per channel.
Quote from: "speed-goddamn-focus"I take it you have never used FL Studio then?
Quote from: "speed-goddamn-focus"If you have 8 kHz 8 bit samples, everyting above 4 kHz will disappear. You'd have to have very bad hearing
Quote from: "speed-goddamn-focus"that's irrelevant since we're talking about samples that will be processed and mixed
Quote from: "xaimus"Create two duplicate instruments, one sent through a "dry" effect chain, the other sent through a reverb chain. Adjust the instrument volumes accordingly.Done and done.
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"Besides this, I think there is a bit too much emphasis on the element 'quality of the sound' as defined by frequency-ranges and clock-speed. An underestimated aspect of the representation is the 'quality of dynamics'.The resolution of the amplitudes, the quality of a sound being very soft or very loud.People say : well, this mp3 sounds good enough, despite the original from audio-cd. But they only pay attention to the quality of the sound-'color', while the whole dynamics of the song are more or less gone.