Do you have any tips or trick you've learned that have been huge time savers in the studio? Any sort of change in your work flow of something that has cut out hours or days of unnecessary toiling? :o)
Unfortunately not. Technology does provide opportunities to dispense with the more tedious aspects of making records, for example the batch export function in Cubase which allows me to export multiple stems simultaneously instead of having to laboriously export each track or instrument one at a time.
But that only accounts for .005% of the time I spend working on a piece of music and for me there is no substitute for obsessively churning through every single permutation when deciding which sound goes where.
When I'm working I'm not actually looking to save time, I'm trying to find ways to go deeper into the process so that time ceases to exist.
do you believe that any of the most wellknown conspiracy theories could actually have some truth to it? if yes, which one(s) and why? if no, i hope you elaborate on that too. love n lightOtt responded on 08/13/2012 Next question
Hi Ott, I trust US is treating you well! Ive heard when you use a base frequency of 432hz instead of 440hz, it resonates better with the human biology/emotions. Done any experimenting with this? P&LOtt responded on 08/14/2012