Hope everyone is doing well. I have a question for some of ya:
I have a session with a zillion tracks and many with all sorts of fader volume automation.
Im running into some red in my master bus and am concerned about too many peaks when I bounce down the session.
Is there any way to notch down all faders globally, say a couple of db, without having to manually rewrite all the automation for all tracks?
I'm in Cubase sx3. I can't seem to figure it out.
I'm going to be saving my ass off to buy an interface for my new studio so that I can use my pro tools 8 and have more inputs than my MBOX.
I want 8 simultaneous inputs or more so that I can happily do decent drum tracks..
At the moment I record drums in Cubase and then transfer them to pro tools which is just a massive pain in the ass because for some weird reasons the tracks don't match to the metronomes right off the bat when you import them, you have to marginally shift them and it's irritating.
I do however return with a question about distorted guitars.
I've been an analog engineer for over 10 years now, and I'm making the dreaded switch to digital. The "Type A" in me won't let me go willie-nilly purchasing equipment without doing a fair bit of research first.
I have a 2.40 GHz Quad Core PC with 3G RAM running Windows Vista 32 and works just fine. I consider myself computer savvy, but not to the extent that I would be an IT person for a medium/large business.