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Discussion in 'Recording' started by icehole3, Aug 27, 2001.

  1. icehole3

    icehole3 Guest

    I do a lot of tinkering with midi files.I want to make some good pad sounds that blend together in a smooth type of effect Im mainly trying to get horns and violins to work together.Anyone have any tips on using protools free to help me get better pad sounds.Also Im not to familar with the many plug ins in protools...compressors,eq,etc.Im a novice so please keep it simple I would deeply appreciate any help.All you guys seem to know your music as well as anyplace Ive been on the net.
     
  2. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    A Waves bundle of Plug ins is most recomended. The renaisance EQ and compressor are really usefull. kind of 'must haves' on PT.

    Jules

    P.S. I have to say this! - "Fard Q Icehole"!

    No offence!

    :)
     
  3. icehole3

    icehole3 Guest

    thx jules.Im also getting Cakewalk9 soon do you think thats a good program?
     
  4. Greg Malcangi

    Greg Malcangi Member

    Hi Icehole,

    Jules is correct, the Waves plugs are good. I've never used PT free but you will presumably need the RTAS versions of the plugins.

    How you actually use these plugins, or outboard gear for that matter, to get what you want is a never ending search, even for those of us that have been at this for many years. Obviously the longer you've been doing this sort of thing, the quicker you will be able to home in on what's required and how to get it. But there is still a fair amount of playing around.

    Greg
     
  5. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    Hmmm cakewalk. why bother, try to become a whiz at PT!
    Best of luck!
    :)
    Jules
     

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