Discussion in 'Mastering' started by Mario2022, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. Mario2022

    Mario2022 Active Member

    Hello to You!

    I'm new to this forum and I'm really sorry if this is the wrong place to post topic like this.

    This is my situation. I'm supposed to make a simple audio mix, a song, from a 5 or more recorded audio tracks. My problem is that I don't have enough time to buy equipment needed for recording and setup my studio.

    So I'm asking if there is someone kind enough to share some tracks (.wav or even .mp3) from a composed song that could be mixed on My computer.

    I have no intention of presenting song as My own composition and all the work is for education purpose only.

    Please answer here or by PM I can give few information's more if requested.

    Thank You.
  2. hueseph

    hueseph Well-Known Member

    Can't you book time in the studio at your school? I mean if you're enrolled at a recording school, don't they have that gear for you to use?

    In fact they should even have sessions on tape, disc or other media format ready for you to use. In a best case scenario, they should have everybody mixing the same tracks. My mentor had me mix one of his own tunes. It was already available and we had a standard to compare it to.
  3. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    What DAW are you using?

    I ask because some DAW's have sample tracks with their start-up program. Sonar, which has a 30 day demo (Ya!) has a few songs installed for you to use. Samplitude is another and Reaper may. That is 3 right there and I believe they all have 30 day demo's.
  4. hueseph

    hueseph Well-Known Member

    Never even thought of it. That was way too smart.
  5. Mario2022

    Mario2022 Active Member

    @ hueseph

    It's more complicated situation. It's not like SAE program or anything similar.

    Would You maybe care to share Your mentor's tracks. If it's possible.

    @ audiokid

    I'll try with Sonar right now ... the Demo is too big for download on my Internet provider :(

    Can someone share those audio tracks?
  6. hueseph

    hueseph Well-Known Member

    It's more complicated, meaning you enrolled in an online program?

    Even if I had those tracks from twenty years ago, there is no way I could possibly share them with you. It would be morally wrong and a breach of copyright. He allowed me to mix his tracks in trust. Why would I break that?

    There is an excellent orchestral sample in the Samplitude Trial. Well more than 5 audio tracks but you don't even have to use them all and you can remix them as you please if that turns your crank. The only thing is, no saving.

    Here you go:
  7. Mario2022

    Mario2022 Active Member

    I was referring to "at your school" part of Your reply, and by SAE program I was thinking on this SAE.

    Anyways, I found a way to record several tracks. It won't be easy or HiQ but will do.

    Thank You for Your time and effort. I'll try to stay a part of community and help others when I can.
  8. hueseph

    hueseph Well-Known Member

    I know what SAE is. Regardless, a proper school should have a studio and you should be able to book time in it. Otherwise you have to question if it is worth the tuition.
  9. Ripeart

    Ripeart Active Member

    Search my posts. A couple weeks ago I posted a link to a site that had separated tracks for mixing practice. Sounds like it's exactly what your after.

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