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Bob Lyn

Adding reference material to CBL

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I assume you mean for A/B ing.

1. Add a blank audio track

2. Select that track and move the now marker to where you want to import your audio

3. File import (.wav .mp3 etc)

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You can also group the mute button and solo button (with one turned off) and use that to toggle between your song and the reference song.

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I always have a folder with 5 to. 10 tracks in it.  These test tracks are always at the top of my songs. I try to pick 5-10 songs I really like the way they sound. Each song has a key binding  on the mute /solo buttons. Press solo - my song stops playing and the test song starts press mute  - the track unsolos and mutes - my song is playing again. I always  send the test tracks to a bus. This bus is turned down about 10 Db on rotary bus input volume knob. This help to not match my song to a pro mastered song. It keeps my volume normal. A quick Klick back and forth from the commercial songs and my song puts my ears in perspective!  The longer I go with out checking. The further my song drifts from commercial balanced tonalities.  Also since the commercial songs are in a folder I can archive them all with one click. Giving me all  my CPU  horsepower back. 
 

Max Arwood 

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