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Creating a Mixing Template

Have you ever felt you really nailed a mix and want to try with a new song? This video shows you how to create the template and use it on any new song.

Posted by Johnny Geib on July 11, 2016 at 12:44 AM 1910 Views

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Reply Martin Weeks
11:09 PM on August 17, 2016 
Very cool video thanks Johnny.
Quick question though. We vary a lot in styles and genres so certain things in a template really don't need to be saved. Sometimes we are using loops, sometimes live recording, sometimes combinations.
However, certain prersets I already save like vocals for example...some things like basic starting EQ and compression order are just plain solid and save time. Order of tracks also for ease of eyes and keeping track of track order (no pun intended.)
Also, we have a lot of material that is still being worked on so I don't want to eliminate cache for these other songs or the pool.
So if I create a new song from scratch will it have it's own independent cache and pool? For using in new material as we come up with it? I would want to just save the order of tracks (vocals, drum and child tracks of drum tones, bass, elec gtr, acoustic gtr and piano)