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Re: Recording Programs?
>There was some mild bitching from the studio (CBS) engineers about
having to convert files over
> to PT. I figure with more of this type of
work coming my way I should try to be most
> compensating (it's a pretyy
cut-throat gig, and the easier I make it on "them", the more work I
I think most of the higher end recording apps will save OMF files which PT should import without (much) problem. That's the theory, anyway.
I use Sonar. I just liked it. It seemed intuitive to me. I hear a lot of good feedback about Vegas. However, Vegas has no MIDI sequencing, so if you need that, you're out of luck.
On 6/25/07, max valentino <email@example.com> wrote:
I recorded my first CD using Vegas...and quite like it. Found it very easy and intuitive.
I have since moved on to using Nuendo which is by Steinberg. VERY extensive program. I have Cubabse but don't use it. Nuendo is quite deep, but very intuitive and not at all a Labyrinth of details like many "deep" recording programs.
Nuendo is also pretty expensive....
I am contemplating making a move to a Mac/ProTools system if only since PT has become a "standard" in studios. I recently did some soundtrack work which I recorded with Nuendo. There was some mild bitching from the studio (CBS) engineers about having to convert files over to PT. I figure with more of this type of work coming my way I should try to be most compensating (it's a pretyy cut-throat gig, and the easier I make it on "them", the more work I may find...)
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