[Doggiebox] Exporting Individual Sounds

Corey Knafelz corey.knafelz at gmail.com
Mon Apr 11 20:10:06 EDT 2005


10-4.

I use DB for quick demos, and it's great for that, so I guess I was  
splitting hairs in any case.


On Apr 11, 2005, at 4:57 PM, Mike Carlyle wrote:

> We've discussed this a few times. I have exported individual sounds in  
> the past, but this requires a cumbersome workaround. Quite frankly,  
> I'd rather put the time into the performance or arrangement aspect of  
> the song.
>
> My philosophy is that the drums as one cohesive unit are a bit closer  
> to a carefully mic'd live performance recorded in the good old days  
> before 24 track studios were everywhere. I'm aware I'm only justifying  
> a shortcut, but this works for me.
>
> What David had been asking about was the export and treatment of  
> individual sounds from his kit, followed by the re-import into my  
> version of his kit. That's what I took him to mean, at least.
>
> On Apr 11, 2005, at 7:46 PM, Corey Knafelz wrote:
>
>> On Apr 11, 2005, at 3:56 PM, Mike Carlyle wrote:
>>
>>> If I treat individual sounds (a great idea, just not one I've had  
>>> time for yet) I'll be sure to share.
>>
>> I think it would be incredibly useful to export instruments (drums,  
>> cymbals, etc.) as individual files. I almost always apply some type  
>> of processing (eq, compression, etc.) to the files when I import them  
>> into ProTools. It would be super hot to apply different parameters of  
>> processing to the instruments as if they were recorded live as  
>> separate tracks.
>>
>> Sorry if this has been mentioned before. Sometimes I only quickly  
>> glance at the list.
>>
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