Recording & Mixing
Sound Techniques

Recording & Mixing

[Getting started] Last advice on automation - Part 2

 
AuthorsPosts

Nantho

user offline
Nantho
264 posts
AFfluent Poster

1 Posted on 03/15/2017 at 02:56:03Direct link to this post
Last advice on automation - Part 2
Today I'll give you some final recommendations regarding automation.

Read the article
 


This thread was created automatically after the publishing of an article. Feel free to post your comments here!

Terry Cano

user offline
Terry Cano
2 posts
New AFfiliate

2 Posted on 03/18/2017 at 11:58:23Direct link to this post
I have used the score method for years. I've been a arranger/ producer for more than 30 years I came out of an era of live musicians with a written score. It just made sense to me to use that score for mixing . There was usually a mix engineer but reading the score I could say bring up the first violins two lines on the fader no start a gradual fade....

Even with automation it saves a lot of time I still use that method today when I work in the Box.

In order to minimize computer glitches
I write the track ...
Open the written tracks in a new project which I can further tweak or go back to the original every export changes that seems like a lot of work but I'm still using a five year old computer with 4 gigs of RAM
Musically,
Terry
Go back to top