it's not about how many tracks i have, it's about what's in them.rpc9943 wrote:I haven't heard the tracks, but dude 200+ tracks sounds absurd to me. Whatever you're doing, cool man. Maybe it's time to switch hosts, though if you're expecting to work with that many tracks realistically.
if i have a selection of audio for 8 seconds it might have 40 different pieces of audio all compromised of several layers.
i don't fancy consolidating that until i am 100% sure it's what i want.
thus, my track count racks up.
it all depends on what you are trying to do.
some people never reach over 20 tracks, and that's fine.
i can easily have a percussion group reaching 50 tracks.
i can have an amtospheric/effects track group that goes up to 50 tracks pretty easily too.
i might not have alot of clips per track, but they all have their own audio racks and their own processing, and until i am happy with the result, they will stay per-track until it's finally time to consolidate it down to a layer, then repeat the process until you have a final track that you are happy with. then it's on to the next part.
oh, and for whoever guy who were asking about compensation, no; just because i work meticulously doesn't mean that i have a small penis.
it just means that i know exactly what i want and that i want control over what i do.
now go back to playing with your sidechained one note basslines and your boring 4 by 4 phat housebeatz omg.