2 years on and it’s still exciting each time I get a sale!
iZotope Ozone 5 and Waves plugins.
Ditto. I like to keep it simple, generally just with Ozone 5. The presets are great, especially for someone who isn’t really interested in mastering and would rather just write Waves Power Pack is great, S1 and L1 are great plugins for mastering in my experience and is cheaper than Ozone!
i’m looking for a soundtrack in the same style as the intro from Game of thrones.
Someone can recommend me a track here on audiojungle?thanks
Keep an eye out for a Gibson Les Paul Studio Satin, they have Burstbucker Pro pups and sound amazing. They’re more expensive than the Epiphone but once you’ve changed the pickups it only works out a little bit more and is definitely worth it! There are some good deals on second hand ones if you look hard enough.
Don’t overlook the simplest of functions in your DAW . For me the ‘random’ value in Pro Tools is a great way to humanise velocities and note start times. Logic actually has a humanise function that adjusts both of these together.
Buy some ear plugs that you can keep on you at all times, I have mine in a small case on my keys – that way i’m never without them, you’ll never know when you’ll need them and it will save your hearing!
Also, one of the best tips I was ever given is take your time to learn about spatial effects on busses (reverbs, delays). This can be a big time saver and also save precious processing power!
Keep them! I recently sold a track that was over a year old for the first time
You’ve put the time and effort in to create the track, it would seem a shame to discard it just because nobody has bought it yet.
How does the clip gain feature work? Is this used to fix the little pops / artifacts created when looping sections of a song when the wave forms don’t line up correctly?
This sounds like a DC offset at the end of a clip, it’s easily fixed using fades – which are also now a lot easier in PT10 with real time fades! If you need help with this drop me a message.
In terms of plugins I recommend getting to grips with the new Channel Strip, I use it on almost everything! Build up some good presets and you’ll save so much time when mixing it also has a very small footprint compared to equivalent plugins, so you can load up many instances with very little slow down on your system.