Maybe using Broadcast wave (BWF) which contains timing info.
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> Cool. Thanks for the reply, Brett.
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Are there any decent tricks one can use i=
n order to make the fiddling easier?
Maybe using Broadcast wave (BWF) which contains timing in=
fo.for PT it's standard, in Ardour you can choose it under t=
he Options menu.The files should synchronise...
On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 8:38 PM, Aaron L. <email@example.com&g=
Cool. Thanks for the reply, Brett.So, since the file I'll be do=
ing the vocals over is a rough-mix whose 'start' and 'end' =
points will be different than the original tracks, does that mean that ther=
e will be some fiddling in terms of getting the new vocal track to line up =
correctly with the original tracks?=A0 (Once it's back in pro tools?)
I'm assuming so.Are there any decent tricks one can use in =
order to make the fiddling easier?My only concern is that since I w=
on't be there for the final mixes, my friend (the guy who's mixing)=
will just move things around until things "feel right".=A0 As we=
all know, this can be a very subjective thing.=A0
I'd like to make this as solid as possible so there's not a who=
le lot of guessing going on.Thanks again.On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 9:=
54 AM, Brett McCoy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 12:48 PM, Aaron L. <email@example.com<=
> I have a rough mix of a band (stereo wav file) done in pro tools that =
There shouldn't be any issues. I do this sort of thing all of the=
time, mixing multipel tracks from different studios using different
DAWs. AATranslator works very well, too, if you need to convert entire
PT sessions for Ardour.
Brett W. McCoy -- =
"In the rhythm of music a secret is hidden; If I were to divulge it,
it would overturn the world."
=A0 =A0 -- Jelaleddin Rumi
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