I like to make tracks for each of the songs we do. What is the best way to make the overall volume of each song the same regardless of how many tracks per song and instrumentation.
I usually achieve this simply by placing a limiter on the master fader, but when making tracks it is best to put all of the FX on each track rather than putting anything on the master fader. So, how can I achieve consistent/ same levels per song regardless of how many tracks and instrumentation?
hello.. i'm pretty new to this stuff & i created a backing tracking for alive and i want to upload the track to loop community to use the prime app to play it live not exactly sure what to do as far as getting it prepped for upload. I'm using logic btw.. track is on sound cloud as well if you're interested in hearing it.. https://soundcloud.com/seanparedes/hillsong_alive-backingtrack
I just uploaded my first custom track and I can't put a marker on the first measure. Do I have to add an empty measure at the beginning when I create my track if I want to label the first measure intro?
I have made my own tracks and everything works well. Now I´ve made my first song in 6/8 time and when I try to set the markers I can not set it to the exact point where I want. It always jumps three bars after that.
When I save it although the click has changed to 4/4. That's confusing. Can anybody help?
I'm beginning to create some tracks for songs that aren't in the LC catalog right now. Are there any special steps to walk through before these songs can be accepted or am I free to upload whichever songs I please?
Hi! I've been trying to get in audition for a while and I can't seem to do so. When I click upload there's just a blinking green block at the bottom of the page, there's not much of a progress bar. I filled in everything that I need to but perhaps I'm missing something. Any help will be greatly appreciated :)
* I thought the green block was the start of a progress bar and I left it for a couple of hours to see that it was still the same. The zip. file is +/- 350MB so it wouldn't have taken long I imagine :)
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