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1 Posted on 12/24/2007 at 06:10:08
I'm an amateur singer/songwriter.
I've recorded my first song; it's a bit like a Waterboys/folk rock number and I need to prepare my final mix prior to
It consists of 28 tracks made up as follows:
- midi synthesiser
- midi piano
- midi cello
- acoustic guitar
- bass guitar
I'm ready to mix it prior to mastering.
Currently any files/instruments I am not using are either frozen or locked. Presumably I need to unlock/unfreeze them
all prior to mixing. Do I keep the "freeze files"?
Some of my audio takes, bass for example, took me a lot of "takes" to get right (I am not a bassist but wanted a live
bass so had to learn!). Are these earlier takes lurking somewhere?
Once I've got my mix how I would like it, and I go to master it to disc, how do I ensure there are no fragments/unused
bits left in there i.e. how do I clean it up of unwanted debris? I've checked each part to make sure they all play
Lastly, do I need to consider a separate mix for MP3, loading up on MySpace?
Thanks very much
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