[ddots-l] Re: sinking up tracks

rod this is what i done in the end.  i took the tracks from the fostex in to 
sonar one at a time.  they still landed out of sink, no matter how hard i tryed 
to sink up pressing record in sonar and play on the fostex.  needless to sey 
the slide and nudge became my best friends for a while.  in some instences, i 
would have to move all the tracks but one, to the right just to get the one 
track to match up.  it was quite a job!  i had 9 songs, and i started to work 
around 4 p.m, and finnished around 830 p.m.  the first song took me about  1.5 
hours.  and the last song, took less than 10 menits.  i have become varry good 
with these features.  one must have a varry musical ere to do this right, and 
that is the one thing i had on my side.  in the ind i found my self nudging the 
bass a littel hear, the guitar a littel there, and the hole thing sounded 
tighter, than what it did  on the fostex whin i first herd it.  all, and all, 
it was a lot of work, but a grate day of lirning.
Shawn Brock
Cincinnati Sound Lab
130 East Sixth Street
Cincinnati Oh.
45202
Phone: 513-349-8541
Web Site:
www.cincysoundlab.com
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Rod 
  To: ddots-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Tuesday, November 08, 2005 6:40 AM
  Subject: [ddots-l] Re: sinking up tracks


  Shawn, what about recording them one by one instead of two tracks at once.

  Rod 
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: Shawn Brock 
    To: ddots-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
    Sent: Sunday, November 06, 2005 11:42 PM
    Subject: [ddots-l] sinking up tracks


    hello all,  i have a project that a client done on a fostex hard disk 
recorder.  he wants me to take the tracks from this unit put them in to sonar 
and mix and master them.  there are only 2 out puts for this product.  s p d i 
f, and 2 quarter inch outs.  there is not an out put for each track.  idealy i 
would like to take 2 tracks at a time from the quarter inch outs, press record 
on the computer, hit play on the fostex.  and start running it home.  how ever 
if i do this, my second and third takes will bee out of sink with the first 
take.  meaning that unless i press play and record togather three different 
times, at the same speed these tracks will bee out of sink.  my question to you 
all is.  cant i move these tracks around after i get them all recorded on the 
computer?  is this easy to do with sonar and jaws?  whin i had a littel more 
vission i could do this in cubass with no problem, can i get this to work?  is 
it easy?  i thank every one for any ideas you might have.  i need to get 
started on this for my client and just want to know what to expect.  i'm sure 
some one on here has done this before.  thanks to yall!
    Shawn Brock
    Cincinnati Sound Lab
    130 East Sixth Street
    Cincinnati Oh.
    45202
    Phone: 513-349-8541
    Web Site:
    www.cincysoundlab.com

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