[linux-audio-user] Punchin/Punchout (was: More music)
rtp405 at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 13 17:50:42 EST 2006
--- Aaron Trumm <aaron at nquit.com> wrote:
> > Regarding the digital audio (rather than MIDI)
> approach, I'll try to
> > space the punchin and punchout points a little
> farther apart than I
> > normally would, to give me a greater choice
> *after* re-recording the
> > section as to exactly where I want the actual
> punch to occur. (I hadn't
> > thought of that, obvious though it may now seem.
> i'm missing something probably, but why would you
> punch in/out on a daw
> when you can just create a new track, play along
> during the section
> you'd like to replace, and then cut/paste edit to
> replace the other
Look at what you just did and consider that the band
is paying $35.00 an hour. There's no comparison.
When you lay down your instrument part I, engineer,
probably know every mistake you just made and will be
positioned at the first mistake and ready to punch in
before you can wipe the sweat off your forehead. It's
very, very easy with a DAW.
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