..:: Tarekith's Guide to Creating Fills and Transitions ::..

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Re: ..:: Tarekith's Guide to Creating Fills and Transitions ::..

Post by Ben_Binary » Wed Apr 07, 2010 5:27 am

"To let other musicians know you have no friends and enjoy spending hours moving little bits of audio around in just a single measure of music."

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Re: ..:: Tarekith's Guide to Creating Fills and Transitions ::..

Post by Tarekith » Wed Apr 07, 2010 5:42 am

Superchibisan wrote:do you really have individual channels for each element of drums in every song you do?
Usually yes, sometimes they are all on one track though.

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Re: ..:: Tarekith's Guide to Creating Fills and Transitions ::..

Post by Superchibisan » Wed Apr 07, 2010 5:52 am

seems like that would cause a lot of clutter...

i run everything through a drum rack as to minimize track count and also create a default submix so i can comp and all that wihtout having to manually buss everything... plus editing midi notes is WAY faster.

strongly suggest you rethink that work flow... i fear it may be a hinderance.

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Re: ..:: Tarekith's Guide to Creating Fills and Transitions ::..

Post by smaucher » Wed Apr 07, 2010 6:20 am

Tarekith wrote:Thanks. Something to think about. I REALLY REALLY hate doing web stuff, even simple html sites like mine are something to be dreaded working on as far as I'm concerned. :)
Tarekith, stick to your brilliant audio/music work. we all benefit much more from the content than reading the articles on a fancy stylish blog site.

thanks for the article btw. :-)
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