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  1. All Sascha's work is highly musical. AM|Munition is my main mastering tool, I feel like it's my secret weapon - love it. I got Presswerk as soon as it was available, great processor and highly recommended.
  2. Brilliant! Great video demonstration. I usually only do manual tempo adjustment without using any TS/PS but this has me intrigued enough to give it another shot. I have a song on my desk that unfortunately was tracked without a metronome, and I want to "knock it in line" - I'll try this method first. Thanks Kraznet!
  3. I’m just pointing out that right now there are methods available to achieve the desired workflow. Some sort of insert multi-track templates would be awesome. After mixing a test track, I generally save all my individual tracks as track effect settings to apply to each track when working on a whole album. If I need to load a lot of tracks, I’ll make a template or use the load mixer settings function.
  4. You can copy/paste sets of tracks from one VIP into another. And you can save/load individual track settings.
  5. Newbie quantizing question

    In my experience, quantization using the Audio Quantization Wizard and AQ markers works amazing for drums and percussion. For instruments with less defined transients, like bass, you are better off just manually separating and aligning the objects. Melodyne also can do a decent job on automatically quantizing bass and vocals but I still find it faster and more accurate to do both by hand.
  6. Reverb Send

    Larry, the monitoring mode is a GLOBAL system setting, it is not saved per project. Open Samplitude, open Settings (the “ Y” key), in System Options>Audio Setup you will see the current monitoring mode. Slide “Monitoring Setup” all the way to the right. For live input with Aux effects you will need that mode. Now, build your template. Best of luck!
  7. Reverb Send

    I just tested this on my system and was able to have the Aux reverb send working fine. The monitoring modes are a global setting. Use Mixer FX Monitoring/Hybrid Engine and you should be fine with both playback and real-time live playing and recording of VSTi MIDI instruments with the Aux send reverb. In other monitor mode settings, you will only hear the reverb send for live playing during VIP playback or record. You will not hear the reverb send while the transport is stopped. For some monitor modes, if the “Mon” button is engaged in the transport you will not hear real-time mixer FX, but will be able to play the instruments. The different monitor modes come at different CPU costs and are flexible for a lot of different Studio environment settings- read up and experiment to find the one that is right for you. Good luck, I hope you get it working.
  8. Reverb Send

    Are you setting up effects sends on a LIVE MIDI input, or in the mix on playback?
  9. Reverb Send

    Check if your monitor mode is set to Software/Track FX monitoring or Mixer FX monitoring/Hybrid Engine and try turning the monitor button “off” on the MIDI snare track to see if you get the Aux working.
  10. Focusrite Support is impressive!

    Does that fix solve the problem, or just solve the message about the problem?
  11. Cursor

    Tick the checkbox “Lock VIP against zoom out” in Program Settings>General And deactivate Loop playback mode. This will stop your playback at the end of the VIP. Delete extra space a the end of the project by selecting a range and pressing “delete”.
  12. record on top of an audio track

    OK, I read up on Sonars take lanes and I think I understand what you are meaning. Every DAW has a different feature set and there’s not a direct equivalent here. In Samplitde, you will want to look at “exploding” your takes with the Take Composer and exploring the tools for that feature. And you can create similar workflows by using Track Folders or just using multiple tracks.
  13. Another Sonar Refuge

    Welcome! On the bottom left you’ll see the Status Display... (From the manual) Status display: The status display appears at the bottom border of the VIP window. Here you'll find information about CPU load, latency, buffer, and current operations like loading, saving, effect calculation, etc. You can also open the status display by going to "View" > "Toolbars" > "Status Display"
  14. record on top of an audio track

    Greetings! Are you talking about MIDI recording? Overdub mode in MIDI recording seems more like what you are searching for... *** (from the manual) Overdub: The data is recorded into an already existing object. The newly recorded MIDI data is mixed together with the data that is already present. *** It’s been a long time since I have used Sonar. Are the overdub takes just overlayed on top of one another? How do you get to them to edit? With Samplitude you can record in MIDI overdub mode to build up beats in loop mode or to punch into the same object.
  15. record on top of an audio track

    I’m assuming you are referring to the monitoring behavior of the track as you record punch-ins and your track has the monitor button active. It’s not clear from your description if you are “punching-in” your layer/overdub or intending to keep (and hear) both layers/takes after the take. It’s also not clear if your are monitoring through the software or monitoring your hardware directly. Each track can only play back one object at a time at any poInt in the timeline. You can keep overdubbing in the same track and all takes will be recorded and saved. You can select which take you want to use later with the Take Manager, the Take Composer, or by right/clicking and manually selecting which take. If, on the other hand, you are looking for another “layer” of sound I would consider that another track. In that case, just move your first recorded object to a different track.
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