I would be pleased if you would review this onehttp://audiojungle.net/item/city-cosmopolitan/3202595
I am almost the odd man out with Protools M9. I have had no stability problems with it at all and I especially like the midi editor and the mixing page.
Because of latency, I sometimes record specific tracks (tight rhythm guitar) on my older Yamaha 24 track hardware and import them. The Yamaha recordings are pristine, rock solid and it NEVER glitches or drops out during a take. Although it has automix, it is the non-visual editing which lets it down for modern applications.
I’d like one! As a guitar player, I know you can never have too many guitars. I have a Les Paul but my favourite at the moment is my trusty single coil Strat – noisy but great, even though I am currently neglecting it by concentrating on improving my keyboard skills.
Thanks for this info on 30/60 sec and what we should be aiming for.
Wow. Thanks for this.
My most recent track posted has a key change but modulates back to the starting key.
The editing angle never occurred to me and I will definitely take it on board. Ditto the full drop out (a la Whitney Houston) if a key change is necessary or desirable musically.
Very valuable info.
Thanks for taking the time to share this with us. It is very much appreciated.
Mat, I know I am not supposed to self-promote here, but the track has “choir” in the title.
I’m reasonably new here and have been feeling my way on the expectations of both the reviewers and the buyers. This purchase came as a pleasant surprise as the track in question only just made it through a second assessment after a soft rejection. Looking at the multi-faceted reasons included in most rejections, I had decided that the second assessment fell into the “limited appeal” bucket.
However, thank you to my two reviewers. The first one forced a needed increase in quality and the second one decided to let it through after it being held in limbo for quite some time.
This is the last track I would have expected to be first past the post. So, keep plugging as you never know which of your tracks may have unexpected appeal.
Now – if I could only find out where it was used I would be a happy chappy.