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  1. Hi I recorded some guitar tracks but one of them is not perfectly synchronized with the right tempo, very very slightly. Instead of recording again I'm trying to move the track one step earlier but by default it adjust it automatically with the time frames on top of the track like in the photo below while I would need to move the track just very slightly left, is this possible? In the photo between 17th and 18th there are 4 thicks where I can move the track, but doesn't seem I can move it between them.
  2. Hi there, I have a midi drum track and I have set up the velocity of each kick at maximum, if I right click on a single midi note I can change the velocity, but if I select multiple notes and then right click on them it won't change all the selected notes velocity, but just the one I click on. Since there are lot of notes and I want to only low down the velocity on the crash, ride and hit hat I'm not able to do it with selecting multiple notes. How can I do this without having to change one by one? thanks
  3. Sweet, thanks a lot!
  4. Thanks! At 0 it means that all tracks/busses exported starts from 0? That’s not good because the busses should remain alligned how they were once reinported!
  5. Hi I need to export the single tracks to send them to a friend who will record the bass, he has pro tools not cakewalk. How do I do this?
  6. Marcello

    Gain staging HELP!

    Great many thanks!!!
  7. Marcello

    Gain staging HELP!

    Hi! First time I do a mix, I have several electric guitar tracks. I recorded them with th3 plugin amp simulator. The output of the plugin was set up almost at maximum when recorded. Now the guitar sound look ok to me, but I have a few peaks on the volume bar so I reduced the volume from the faders of each track so it doesn’t reach the red. Now in each track the gain is set at 0. I have read that a gain staging should be done, it seems that to balance the gain I have to turn off the effects and eqs on each track and put the fader and gain to 0 as a start, then play the guitar tracks and adjust the gain (not the faders) to be roughly between -18 and -12/-6 (peak) db on the fader meter. After this adjustment I should then enable effects and eqs and when you do this it will take more room and unbalancing the meter again, so at this point the output in the plugin should be adjusted to again stay between -18 and -12/-6 db . It’s this procedure correct? Is it necessary? Because of course I set up the guitar sound from plugin amp with the gain I like, when then I adjust the gain from cakewalk consol of course it takes the gain down or up of the guitar, so then I have to readjust the gain on the amp again to reach the sound I created before. Hence, a bit messy and long procedure. Is it good practice to do gain balancing this way? Or I can just keep the gain at 0 and use the fader in order to not reach the peak?
  8. Marcello

    Guitar EQ tips

    Ok got it thank you all!
  9. Is it possible to export a project to be read in pro tools? I have to pass my project to a friend who has to record the bass on my songs but he uses pro tools
  10. Marcello

    Guitar EQ tips

    I managed but the weird thing is I dont like it. Lol it’s just cutting all the bass of the guitar! All that punch bass that makes it powerfull it’s lost and sound just flat. Bah, maybe I would just really slightly cut it, even if I dont like it. Not sure whats the purpose of this, just to take off the fat of the guitar? To do what? Mah
  11. Marcello

    Guitar EQ tips

    Thanks! Sorry one last question, do you suggest to put the eq post or not? I suppose is intended to affect only the guitar without effects unless you put post It will also affect the effects like delay etc?
  12. Marcello

    Volume limit? Help

    Ok thanks!! The gain wont affect the sound if I decrease it? Is not intended as a distortion gain right? I don’t want my guitars to lose dist
  13. Marcello

    Guitar EQ tips

    Got it thanks! You know how many decibel at least I should cut for the lower frequencies? Like around 20? 40 decibels?
  14. Marcello

    Volume limit? Help

    One more thing, even if I low down the single tracks not to reach the red in the volume bar, in the busses And the master volume it actually reaches the red. So should I also low down the buses volume and the master? If I do so the volume is very low though
  15. Marcello

    Guitar EQ tips

    Hi! Im pretty new to Cakewalk. I recorded some electric guitar tracks but I’m not very handy with EQ. I tried to make the best sound from TH3 plugin amps so I’m quite satisfied with the sound. I know that I should use EQ to cut some frequencies but I dont know which I should cut, also I know I should use the compressor a little bit but I’m not sure how much should I compress them, in any case I tried using the default compressor where you have Attack, release etc but changing those it seems that wouldn’t affect the sound at all, at least to my ears. Any good practise to EQ electric Guitars? Suggestions? How do I cut frequencies that should be cut?
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