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Yannick
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Joined: 16 Apr 2003
Location: Belgium
PostPosted: Sat Jan 01 2005 17:09    
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No, not until the final is released of course.

Yannick
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Inge
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Joined: 04 May 2003
Location: Nieuw Lekkerland @ Holland
PostPosted: Sat Jan 01 2005 17:45    
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So keep those tips coming! The more, the merrier. Also, feel free to give feedback on existing tips concerning updates, different wordings, or additions on them.

Inge


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Walter Vos
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Joined: 04 May 2003
Location: Groningen, The Netherlands
PostPosted: Sat Jan 01 2005 17:51    
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Ok, well here's mine then:

To reset a volume fader, click on it to select it and then press home (when it's below the middle), or end when it's above the middle.

Something like that? Explaining in a clear manner is always hard to me in english. Maybe one of the native speakers here can correct it.

Edit: Oh yeah, the trick 'press shift+tab after creating a new track to go to that track directly' doesn't work for me.


what is hip?

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LogicDeLuxe
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Joined: 03 Aug 2004
Location: Germany
PostPosted: Sun Jan 02 2005 00:13    
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The tips appear too random, I think. Most software keep track of what was displayed already in order to ensure that the user sees all of them in a sequence instead of some more often than others. Maybe MadTracker should keep track of this, too.
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Comatose
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Joined: 29 Apr 2004
PostPosted: Mon Jan 03 2005 05:20    
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I have something to add to some of the things Sunburster suggested.


In addition of routing your tracks to share your FX, you can also route your tracks to share EQ. This is best for instruments that are spread out onto more then one track, though not suggested for percussion instruments.

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Jesse Moore
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Joined: 18 May 2003
Location: Tipp City, Ohio, USA
PostPosted: Mon Jan 03 2005 06:32    
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Comatose wrote:
I have something to add to some of the things Sunburster suggested.


In addition of routing your tracks to share your FX, you can also route your tracks to share EQ. This is best for instruments that are spread out onto more then one track, though not suggested for percussion instruments.

Comatose



Hey Sunbuster, Is it just me, or do people like mutilating your handle? Razz


"The world would be a dull place if there were no Idealists"
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Comatose
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 03 2005 07:10    
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I guess that what I get for multi-tasking, desk is quite the mess at the moment. Sorry bout that Sunbuster. Embarassed
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Sunbuster
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Joined: 05 May 2003
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 03 2005 10:39    
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Jesse Moore wrote:
Comatose wrote:
I have something to add to some of the things Sunburster suggested.


In addition of routing your tracks to share your FX, you can also route your tracks to share EQ. This is best for instruments that are spread out onto more then one track, though not suggested for percussion instruments.

Comatose



Hey Sunbuster, Is it just me, or do people like mutilating your handle? Razz


Laughing yeah, eh, uhm... Rolling Eyes

Comatose wrote:
I guess that what I get for multi-tasking, desk is quite the mess at the moment. Sorry bout that Sunbuster. Embarassed


no prob, I'm used to it by now Smile
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Comatose
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 03 2005 12:55    
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Just wait till I screw up my own name.Wink I know sooner or later I'll do it. Very Happy

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Sunbuster
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 03 2005 17:33    
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let me give you a suggestion then, how about Commatoes Wink
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Raz
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Joined: 02 Aug 2004
Location: Sweden
PostPosted: Tue Jan 04 2005 01:26    
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Here's something that I can't live without.

Idea Invest in some good headphones. It will enhance the experience and you actually hear how the whole arrangement really sounds like. Thus enabling you to change the bad parts you couldn't hear before, like poor samples, clicks, pops, panning etc.
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D Vibe
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Joined: 04 May 2003
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04 2005 23:25    
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Idea Listen to your mix and master on several sound systems to get a good idea of what is optimal for as many systems as possible.


http://www.dvibe.se
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Heiko
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05 2005 15:24    
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here a trick,yannick told us once:

if you want to have only the wet reverb-sound, so
subtract the dry sound from it. you can do this
by playing one sound with the reverb, and the same sound
in another track without reverbb but using the effect command
08 0300 to flip booth stereo channels.
using this method on the analog-filter-effect will create
a hipass-filter instead of a lopass filter.
other combinations are possible, too
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Heiko
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05 2005 15:29    
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the good oldscool madtrackerrule:

dont release your first three songs done with madtracker.
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Sunbuster
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05 2005 16:58    
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Heiko wrote:
the good oldscool madtrackerrule:

dont release your first three songs done with madtracker.


this one should be in bold Smile perhaps add: trust us, they're not as good as you think...
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