Its a hack, but hey, its where we're at.
Acoustica Greg wrote:Hi,
Have you tried mixing down to a wav file with the same sample rate you're using in Mixcraft's Sound Device preferences? For example, if you're using a sample rate of 48000 Hz in Sound Device preferences, try mixing down to a wav file with a sample rate of 48000 Hz.
The vst inline recorder thing does work, but its kind of fiddly as I do work with Tape a lot and like having things with fairly precise start and stop times.
I'm curious as to why the drive speed would make a difference??? If the project was stuttering etc. upon playback (and this NOT being due to buffer sizes and the like) then I'd agree but mixing down should just be reading and writing data not (and if the drive was slow or some other such related access time or speed issue then it would just take a bit longer to mix down not)???
shayneoneill wrote:No joy with the 48k asio setting 48k wav speed thing.
shayneoneill wrote:Thats fine and all, but the Play plugin really is multitrack beast, think Kontakt, but different manufacturer. Most of my tracks have 4-5 instances with 7-8 audio tracks per plugin. Its a *huge* pain in the neck to dump them all out to stems and remix them again, especially with film scoring where you've got messes of cues and other bits and pieces to work with.
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