If its your own stuff and you cant master etc then fair enough but why fuck with something that a whole team of industry professionals have spent a large amount of time thinking about and trying on different systems. We're making steady progress on it though, I'm seeing new Mac builds every week and our Windows team has just been expanded. So I had about 20 tracks that switch to mono halfway through playback. Why changing bpm and tempo at the end when professionals did it the best way? Quote: Sometimes I feel like I'm in a forum full of elementary school kids. The Sync buttons work very well to align tracks, however, the master tempo section feels a little clunky, as you have to click on it and either enter a numeric value or click up and down by 0.
Mix between songs by subtracting one hour -1 , adding one hour +1 , or staying in the same hour as your last song. Even if its the old boombap stuff, you'll be amazed. Saves your actions as a playlist to be exported as audio later. This capability to quickly and automatically set your music files to a standard and consistent output level really defines what Platinum Notes is all about. Avoid posting mixes, this is not the sub for self-promotion. It comes with advanced harmony discovering technology.
I love Mixed in Key but I never got on board with Platinum Notes, I did give it a shot with some random shit quality youtube rips of tracks that are hard to find. Does Platinum Notes do something other than normalize the volume? It's especially good if you want to drop an acapella over a hip hop loop that has a lead or rhythm going on. I can think of a photography analogy. What you are doing with a program like Platinum notes is taking out those dynamics with compressors and several other things that some algorithm decided upon. Please think twice before posting about the following topics.
That can also vary a lot depnding on how good the monitoring is. Will it make a true believer out of you? In addition to the above, Mixed In Key also indicates the need for audio file optimization by showing a key result that appears as an underlined hyperlink. But am I missing something with this One Idea thing? Here's the problem, an algorithm can't actually hear anything. Anyone that's skilled enough to use Live shouldn't have any trouble processing audio in Audition or Audacity to the same, or probably better, end. Flow displays the segments you defined while preparing the song. But, you can listen and as long as you like what you hear, you're on a good way.
You can set the maximum crossfade length from 0 no crossfading to 24 beats and tell it to finish cross fading at the end of 1, 2, 4, 8, or 16 beats. I always get compliments on how good my tracks sound. If you have old files ripped from vinyl run them through platinum notes it will increase the audio frequencies to give you those nice crips peaks in the wav forms. While Platinum Notes is using a legit mastering suite to perform it's function, it's using the cheapest mastering suite you can buy. See if you can tell on your own, and then see the answer key at the bottom of the article. Maybe it's a case of personal taste but to me it looks like a bad version of ArKaos.
Discs that you get from other places other than record labels will always be questionable. For processing sake you would want to do this at 32 bit if possible to avoid clipping 32 bit allows for values higher than 0dB than eventually normalize to 0dB and save it back to the original encoding. Instead of playing it unchanged from beginning to end, you can re-arrange the track live, without skipping a beat. It both boosts tracks that have been mastered at a low volume, and tames tracks that are mastered too hot. Buttons let you import files or folders from your desktop, or to add an iTunes Playlist iTunes 11 required on Mac.
The sound of my sets are even and consistent, which is a good thing. Dynamic Playlist updates to include harmonically compatible tracks for your next mix. It definitely made a difference but it wasn't enough for me to start running everything through it. Double-click on a track in the browser to load it for preparation. Here's a great example and a few sites where you can read about the Loudness War. The Check Downbeat button allows you to immediately launch the playback of a song from the place you define as the beginning. The real fun begins when you load up a second track and can begin to mix back and forth to and from Segments at any point in a track.
Each deck also has an auto-loop with values of 1, 4, 8, 16, and 32 beats. Once you set your preferences, all you need to do is open the program, drag music into its window, and wait for the results. I trust it to work automatically. You can't make bad files sound good, though you can make good files sound bad. They all come out sounding the same. This amazing tool quickly records your position mechanically. Even I think by myself that it improves.
Don't really need anything else. Currently Mixed in Key is the most accurate, but not really by all that much. Let´s just say: the original sounds much better. I do understand the concern about having to redo all your existing stuff. You can also easily see the results of audio that has beed boosted in volume usually tracks that were mastered in the 20th century, before the volume wars really took hold.