Any Sonar 3.1 producer experts in here?
Posted on May 25, 2004 10:32 pm
Member Since: May 24, 2004
This is really a strange one...I have two pieces of the same clip that I split to edit some data and, as I like to have continuous strips for all tracks (even when there is no data on parts)I pull the left piece over to butt up against the right piece so I can overlap then "bounce to clips" them together but even with the auto crossfades disabled one side of the connecting two shades is alot lighter than the other and when The "bounce to clips" command is selected it wont conjoin them....its bizzare.
Hope this is understandable.
Mark in Vegas
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May 26, 2004 02:21 pm guess this is too odd...lol....oh well
May 26, 2004 02:26 pm Sonar repaints oddly, it might actually be joined but just not look like it. Either way, if it sounds the way you want it to, thats the important part isn't it?
When I have no sound in tracks, I cut the whole length out myself, creates smaller project sizes, eliminates any noise that might be on the track and stuff like that.
guitwizzNothing doesnt give me gasMember
May 30, 2004 07:48 pm My 3.1 has strange things happen sometimes. It has bugs, I think, and its nowhere in beta mode. My pc is brand new, so its not that
Since: May 25, 2004
I lost a 2 track part of a project once, that just decided to leave on its own, when I opened it up the next day, it was down the freeway somewhere. There was no accidental deleting either.
This would be no big deal if it was only my stuff, but one of these days its going to happen to a clients material,and I will be stuck making "Beavis noises" uh-huh-uh-uh-huh....
A few months ago, I was trying to bounce(mixdown) a project to 2 track stereo because I was done before mastering. I tried over and over, and the process would paint up, but the mixdown would not be there on the selected track, or anywhere else.
I even closed and opened the program...same thing.
Next day, it worked. I dunno
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