On Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at 12:39:04PM -0500, Paul Davis wrote:
> the position that i take with N-point editing is not that there is
Tell that to your customer when he (or she in this case) wants you
to replace part of an edited track with the same fragment from
A simple case:
After this was edited (9 fragments from 4 takes), the singer wanted
to replace the part "del prigioniere misero conforta l'egra mente"
[2:03 to 2:27] by another take.
Now I could have told her that what she wanted was 'rooted in an
older way of thinking', or that she was stupid and should have had
that bright idea before we had done the five edits following this
fragment, but I didn't and actually performed the edit to her
Now this was a simple demo with just the piano instead of a full
orchestra. The latter could easily be more than 20 tracks if the
recording is done live and no mics must be visible. And mixing it
before editing is usually *not* and option.
Quiz2: there are 10 edits in this recording, free beer at LAC2011
if you can find 5 of them.
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