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The UFO dilemma (was UFO)

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Mixerman, Sep 4, 2001.

  1. Mixerman

    Mixerman Active Member

    Feb 27, 2001
    If this is the song you wish to mix, please post your preferred format below. This song has 20 tracks total, and is currently in PC/VST format.

    I appologize for the second sign-up, but giving a choice of mix was not the original plan. Please only sign-up for ONE mix.

  2. Aaron-Carey

    Aaron-Carey Active Member

    Dec 25, 2000
    This is the one I want :)

    *.wav files with the original timing info file from cubase or nuendo, would be fine

    better would be to render all the tracks separately by selcting from the beginning so we can AL just drag them to the right to line them up in whatever app we choose

    and Ill take mine on an ftp if that ok :)
  3. Lenz

    Lenz Guest

    Arhh maaaan, just when it got interesting!!!
    I've got bad news.....I have just restored the old UFO tracks from backup............something very very bad has happend.

    I'm afraid the Snare top track is corrupted!!

    No i'm not kidding......it's ^#$%ed up, and i haven't got the slightest idea what happend to it.
    It's like the groove within the snaretrack itself has been altered......the kick bleed in the snare mic doesn't sync with the snare itself.
    Very strange indeed.

    Sorry guys, it seems the UFO has crashlanded.

    Scenaria Told me it wasn't a big problem as we could trig a new snare from the bottom track, but i don't know if that's going to work.
  4. Aaron-Carey

    Aaron-Carey Active Member

    Dec 25, 2000
    if you have the bottom mic on a separate track, then no biggie for me, Ill still give it a go!
    if all the files are rendered from the beginningm they should all sync...but I heard of your problem before it seems..maybe one of the cubendo heads, like Rick G. can help
  5. RandomGuest

    RandomGuest Guest

    Feb 10, 2001
    Just makes it all the more interesting :) and yea before jumping to conclussions I would say lets let a cubase guru take a stab at the archive to see if they can help bring it back. Lenz, what do you have it archived on?
  6. I would like to get UFO, if teh problem are solved.
    well, even if the track is compromised, we can trig a sample or somethign like that.

    SDII, 24 bit or 16 bit
    a CD-R will be perfect for me.
  7. sorry.....MAC files, please.
  8. Lenz

    Lenz Guest

    It's on harddisk, but I can burn it on a CD if you want.
  9. Tom Cram

    Tom Cram Active Member

    Mar 5, 2001
    salt lake city, utah
    Home Page:
    I would like to mix this one, MAC SD2 if possible. Do you want me to send you CDR blanks? If so, how many, and where.

    Tom Cram
    dbx Senior Technical Support
    (801) 568-7530
  10. Originally posted by Lenz:
    It's on harddisk, but I can burn it on a CD if you want.
    yeah, that would be great.
    I see that you are in DK, I'm in Italy, so it will be even easier with shipping charges and delivery time.
    tell me what to do, and I will.
    anyway to get mac files??

  11. Mixerman

    Mixerman Active Member

    Feb 27, 2001
    Don't worry about the snare. This can be dealt with. Scenaria will give it a shot, and so will others.

    UFO is still on. Don't let this shy anyone away from mixing it. Fixing a snare isn't a problem, even in the analog domain.

  12. RandomGuest

    RandomGuest Guest

    Feb 10, 2001
    Im not scared of a messed up track! :) hell mess em all up ;)
  13. PlanB

    PlanB Guest

    Snare or no snare, I'd still like to mix this track. If necessary, I can still use my trusty Clavia dDrum4 to trigger a new one or just go with Sound Replacer.

    If the snare is "only" out of sync, but the audio itself is intact, it should be not a biggie in PT to line it up.

    Arthur De Kegel
    Preference: SDII/AIFF Mac files 16/24 bit (ProTools)
    Max. 64 tracks
  14. Like others, I am confused about where to sign up for this song. I just posted to another thread, but here we go again:

    I am still willing to be the assistant point man - err, point person for UFO, and still want to mix this.

    My preference is 24 or 16 bit wave files.

    Empty Nest Studios
  15. PlanB

    PlanB Guest

    1 question for the UFO-guys:

    You don't happen to know what brand/type of snare was used during tracking?


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