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mixing and mastering (daw, ve pro, mir pro)
Last post Wed, Oct 31 2012 by greystorm, 3 replies.
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Posted on Tue, Oct 30 2012 13:31
by greystorm
Joined on Fri, Dec 10 2010, Zofingen (AG), Schweiz, Posts 114
question:

you are using a daw on a master computer and ve pro / mir pro on a second, slave computer. now you have finished your midi project, you have made all midi settings (volume, velocity, expression, tempo, etc). the project is now a MIDI-project. this midi project runs via ve pro to mir pro, where you have made the pan and reverb settings too. now you want to mix it. do you export the midi project AND all the ve pro and mir pro settings in the AUDIO file? in this case you have only to mix the volume and go to master the project.

or... you make a DRY audiofile without any information from ve pro/ mir pro and put the audio signal again via audio input to ve pro/mir pro to have the pan and fx settings? then you have to mix all again.

what do the professionals in our community?

thanks for your answers.

grey
Posted on Wed, Oct 31 2012 16:35
by Mike B Studios
Joined on Thu, Feb 16 2012, Hollywood, CA, Posts 410

Greystorm,

Try mixing as much as you can while it's in this Midi format. While still in VEP and MIR.

If you are happy with the mix, bounce or export individual tracks or stems as audio files for further mixing / mastering.

These files should be wet. You will not return this project to VEP or MIR.

Posted on Wed, Oct 31 2012 16:56
by greystorm
Joined on Fri, Dec 10 2010, Zofingen (AG), Schweiz, Posts 114
hallo mike

thank you for your quick answer. i think, this is the best and reasonable way to mix with mir pro.

best regards

grey
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