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Old 25th September 2004
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If you have any DSP-intensive plugins on other tracks, you can disable them -- solo out your drum tracks, and control-command-click your auto-tune or C4 on your vocal track or master channel. Then you have more DSP and speed to play with while you figure out your multing.

Control-command-clicking will gray out the plug in and free up DSP (different from just bypassing), but it'll retain the settings.

Then, when you've got it like you like it, bounce a 2-track drum stem, save the original as a slave session, and import the 2-track into a new master session. That way, if you have to tweak it, you can do it in the slave session and re-bounce, but you still have DSP in the master mix session.