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Audio or MIDI Processing??

Discussion in 'Production' started by LuketheDuke, Nov 16, 2011.

  1. LuketheDuke

    LuketheDuke Storm Trooper

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    Question: If I have tabbed out all the drums and used a drum trigger (SS TRIGGER) for drum tones, should I print all the samples and THEN process them with compressors, EQ, reverbs, etc, OR go ahead and process them while still in MIDI???
     
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    Doesn't make a difference really if you have a slower CPU or you wanna just save resources bounce them, also if you bounce down it helps you commit to a certain sample so you won't keep going back and changing samples and shit
     
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    Okay, cause I know that, depending on the amp sim, if I edit my DI tracks with fades, they don't work too well. I know they are far from the same, but I just wasn't sure if the processing would effect the drums they way they would if they were actually printed audio.

    So you would suggest doing all the processing, and then bouncing down the "finished" tracks for each drum?
     

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