Re: [Hybrid] Logic Audio Question
i do all the dj edity type stuff in vegas
its quite easy...
you just load in your multiple wav files... and right click on the properties.. to adjust speed.. semitones is like... almost 3% on the turn table... the other fine pitch adjustment is cents.
you can get stuff down to the .000th percent... but it still might not be enuff.. at this point... you use the "s" key for split wav.
and you simple bump the wav back where it needs to be... for like that perfect global underground flawless quality.. i recommend check for adjustment every 2 bars or so... until u get really good at it.
vegas uses sound forge as your default sound editor.. so u can eq out conflicting basses or kicks permamntly... although i recommend cool edit... why? because even after you save.. and the wav redraws in your layout in vegas... the undo still works.. which doesnt once u have saved in sound forge.
why do i use vegas vs logic? well.. it has nondestructive editing... yes you have this in logic as well.. bu tits just not the same...
you can undraw or redraw with out doing permant damage.. split, slide, copy stuff all over the place... the possibilities are quite limtless...
however... the big draw back is this... you NEED to have a 7200 rpm drive.. if you attempt this on the 5400 drive... its just not fast enuff in the rendering process.. and you will generate kewl little hybrid like audio error glitches... like a stutter effect.. all over your mix... i didnt know this... and found out.. only after i turned in my mix down for "of epic proportion"... doh!
fortunatly fo rme... most of them (33 in all) were in spots that werent damaging really so i left most of them
you can consult with me privatly if you like.. and ill help you along in the process