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Re: New to mixing and mastering

Postby JohnSC » Tue Nov 27, 2018 12:14 am

Hi
Well we have got Mr Punch, Elf's and a Wonk now! :o
Try and mix that!!! :headbang:

Seriously folks, I have turned the ref clip down and got the (a) and (b) going in the Cubase 10 control room.
Now I have to gets some body in the mix somehow.
I am happy with drum and the bass and the whole mix, but It lacks a little overall body to give It some more warmth.
I am trying all sorts of things as you can always go back to a pre- saved one.
I know where I want to go and It Is taking a little time as expected. I know Rome is not built in a day,
I have time on my side as now retired, so i do a little each day and keep up the keyboard practice.

All the best
john :thumbup:
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Re: New to mixing and mastering

Postby The Elf » Tue Nov 27, 2018 10:39 am

Wonks wrote:Wot The Elf said. The 'Pre' section of the Cubase mixer is normally not shown in the Cubase default views...
I've never understood why Steinberg feel that (a very useful) part of their mixer should be hidden by default!
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Re: New to mixing and mastering

Postby JohnSC » Tue Nov 27, 2018 11:40 am

Hi
It is in the rack at top of cubase 10. dropdown just put a tick where you want and save . The same with cue for the control room and all other sections of the mixer
I think cubase does what Elf said because it free's up the Gui for more space.
Once I get through this learn curve ,i shall make templates.

Al the best
john :D
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