All right! Now we are back on track!
Yeah, this post is full of useful nuggets for all Mixcraft users I think. Very good advise here!
Mitchell, I actually think you are breaking useful ground as opposed to revealing overuse/over reliance on your use of pitch correction. Very good info and examples. I would suggest anyone interested, simply open the project and play it. Turn the G-Snap processor off and on and note the fact it just adds some subtle polish to the tracks.
The other subtle tricks are equally worthy of study. I actually am suddenly more enthusiastic about this, despite the tune being of a genre I am not particularly excited about, and the heavy reliance on synth tracks. Yeah sorry, I admit the last post made my eyes glaze over. I tried, but all those screen shots and all those knobs and buttons just made me want to go on an outing to the zoo.
Hey, didn't I see you there once?
One overall criticism, even if somewhat off topic if I may?
This may not effect the younger viewers so much, but I doubt I am the only one. It appears I am rapidly losing eyesight, especially on one side, and am quite prone to eyestrain as a result of my current condition. The right eye gets lazy, and the left very tired.
The light grey text on dark grey background is attractive, yet at the same time an unfortunate graphic choice. I suspect just one gradient lighter text and/or one step darker background would help a lot, without becoming harsh.
Just a suggestion.