At 3/21/13 07:57 PM, Buoy wrote:
You can also bounce individual tracks or regions, which can be used to reduce cpu usage (playing 15 simple wavs is much easier than running 15 complex synthesizer plugins), but is also useful if you want to do timestretching, use it in a sampler or do other audio editing stuff to it. Much simpler to just fade out an audio file than adding automation data for example
I see. So it appears that I've been bouncing my tracks all this time anyway, since I always export my track as a 32-bit .wav to master it.
At 3/22/13 05:16 AM, The-iMortal wrote:
Lol, I always buy music from iTunes and rarely listen to music from NG in my library.
I listen to pretty much EDM only so I always buy from Beatport. However the metadata that Beatport adds to the downloaded tracks can only be read with iTunes, and since I don't use iTunes I always have to waste a shitload of time tagging the songs myself. Fucking butthurt.
In other news, I just got my driver's license. Heck yeah.