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Mark Hartt-Palmer

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  1. Mark Hartt-Palmer

    Adjusting Gain In A Stereo Track

    Many thanks for your suggestions. The stereo to 2 mono files conversion is the only way to go on this one, I think!
  2. Mark Hartt-Palmer

    Adjusting Gain In A Stereo Track

    I have a 2-track recording (2 stereo tracks) of a live concert, in which (due to a dodgy lead) the right channel volume on one track dips much lower than the left at a certain point. In Adobe Audition I can select the right channel only and increase the gain of the right channel to match the left, but the process is painfully slow (even on a Quad Core with 8GB RAM) and grinds the system virtually to a halt. I'm sure there must be a way to achieve the same thing in Samplitude, but as yet I haven't found it. If anyone can shed any light on this, I'd be very grateful. Many thanks
  3. Mark Hartt-Palmer

    Samp/seq Training And Articles

    Looks like it the articles didn't make the March issue (certainly not in the online subscription) - do you have any ideas when they might be published? Many thanks!
  4. Mark Hartt-Palmer

    Newbie Sequoia Questions

    This is all very good news, Eric! I await the SOS articles with interest, and hopefully a few of us can pool together for some further training later in the year. Thanks for the info.
  5. Mark Hartt-Palmer

    Newbie Sequoia Questions

    I'd definitely be up for that if Eric agrees to it!
  6. Mark Hartt-Palmer

    Newbie Sequoia Questions

    I've just spent last weekend on a 2-day Sequoia course with Eric, and enjoyed every minute of it! We spent quite a lot of time on source/destination editing using some material I had recorded (violin/piano), then spent the latter part of the course concentrating on Sequoia's mixing capabilities. Sequoia's source/destination editing and crossfading capabilities are worth their weight in gold, and definitely worth an upgrade from Samplitude Pro. So, many thanks to Eric for giving up the weekend before Christmas to train me - he's an inspiration. Oh, and his coffee is second to none too! Regards Mark
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