Academy Dashboard Forum Academy Academy Lesson Suggestions Warrens Mixing Workflow

  • This topic has 3 replies, 4 voices, and was last updated 8 years ago by Steve A.
Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #6165
    Tommi Kujala
    Participant

      It would be interesting to see more insight on Warrens mixing workflow, which track he starts with and how he goes from there etc. Does he have some sort of pro tools mixing template he uses? Live mixing a song from start to finish would be super awesome.

      #6373
      auntiebeeb
      Participant

        Yeah, +1 from me. A mixing workflow would be great, I find I'm wandering around a bit and need a structure to follow, right from file management to gain staging etc right through to archiving the session.

        #6430
        Stephen Korst
        Participant

          I'm using Sonar Platinum as my DAW, which comes with multi-track templates. I think I understand the concept of the template from a standpoint of, for example, a 24 track template may be used to start a project that you may want to have up to 24 tracks.

          But, is there a way to take a multi-track template and import files from PLAP songs to mix? When I download a new song from the Multi-track Sessions page, I start out with a template that contains only one audio track, then when I import the tracks into Sonar, additional tracks are created automatically for the remaining files I import.

          Does anyone else have a better way?

          #6605
          Steve A
          Participant

            A slightly different angle of this is what I'd like to see, mainly, SPEED!
            Skip all the naming files and templates etc. ..As those are sort of a 'given' as far as I'm concerned.
            "Housekeeping 101" if you will..
            So beyond that, say Warren puts up audio files from a session that he hasn't tracked..
            How fast is he applying changes? And how does he decide what changes, for what tracks, go first? etc.
            And further ...why?
            Good topic in general...

          Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total)
          • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.