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Mixcraft 8 tips

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Re: Mixcraft 8 tips

Postby Acoustica Greg » Sat Oct 06, 2018 12:03 pm

Tip: if you find yourself over-adjusting volume or EQ, try holding down the Shift key to move the controls in smaller increments.

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Re: Mixcraft 8 tips

Postby Acoustica Greg » Wed Oct 24, 2018 5:01 pm

Mixcraft 8 Pro Studio includes 8-out Omni Sampler, which allows you to have different effects and other settings for samples on up to 8 different outputs.

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Re: Mixcraft 8 tips

Postby Acoustica Greg » Tue Dec 04, 2018 6:02 pm

If you need to select a new project folder, you can click the "Select New Project Folder" option on the Project tab.

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Note: you probably don't want to use this feature. Any existing files will remain in the old project folder, as will the project file. This only designates where newly recorded audio files will go, and where the backups will be stored.

Why use it? If you used the Copy Project Files option and wanted to, but forgot to designate the new folder as the project folder, this would come in handy. Or you could use it to switch back and forth between two copied projects to make an A and a B version. Things could get confusing fast.
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Give it a try here: http://acoustica.com/mixcraft/
Check out our Mixcraft University video tutorials.


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