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Old 03-08-2012, 04:03 AM   #1
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So as we all know resampling is a good thing. however, whenever i start doing it iI allways end up with like 50 tracks and it gets hard to manuever around. any one have any efficient ways to keep resampling speedy and clean?

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Re: Less Messy Resampling Techniques?

resampling isn't a good thing, its just something you can do that could have good outcomes.

resampling everything sounds tedious and slow. depending on your DAW, just make groups, resample group/original group, something like that. maybe have an idea about what you want to resample and where it might be going in your tune.

color code and use symbols for things like RESnr_001 (resampled) Snr_001 (og).
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Re: Less Messy Resampling Techniques?

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So as we all know resampling is a good thing. however, whenever i start doing it iI allways end up with like 50 tracks and it gets hard to manuever around. any one have any efficient ways to keep resampling speedy and clean?
Wouldn't you have had fifty MIDI tracks anyway...I don't get how resampling would be more messy than the MIDI version of your project?

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Wouldn't you have had fifty MIDI tracks anyway...I don't get how resampling would be more messy than the MIDI version of your project?
sometimes i resample because once i make a sound in massive or whatever, its nice to timestrech it and add different envelopes. Theres alot more flexibility with an audio file than a midi file.
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Re: Less Messy Resampling Techniques?

I don't know much about it but I hear a lot about frequency splitting. So I figure make a sound focusing on the mids, then create an instrument rack (in ableton at least) and duplicate the current synth twice. Then I adjust the duplicates to fit your high and low needs, and in each separate instrument add effects so you have a nice layered synth in one track. Then resample and do what you want with them!

I find it works good to keep your tracks clean and a little faster. Hope it helps you!

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