If you have to be serious, then you must bounce all tracks to audioBunky Freaks wrote:Definitely! I stumbled over my findings when I reloaded a project and the snare was all flabby and not as punchy as I remembered mixing it. This was due to hihats and percussions destroying the snare transients due to the minimal delay of the snare track in relation to the other drum tracks.petit nuage wrote:
sometimes, i have the this bad feeling that i cant trust my tool anymore ...because timing MUST be precise, its a reference after all not a feature .
This really drove me nuts until I found the reason. Now I am extra paranoid when using Live and building and continuing productions (though this very specific issue might not be Abletons fault, who knows).
Sorry for this kind of off-topic discussion.
and have a deep look if they are at the right starting point.
...all without any effects on a track anymore...!!!
It's a shame, but this is the only way to finish critical productions...