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Tips & Techniques:Mixing ITB Set Up..mike tarsia

i created a session of just reverb and efx returns with insert presets and submix returns with inserts and sends

1. plate

2. plate with predelay

3. room

4. chorus
.
5 doubler

6. flanger

7. delay

8. delay with feedback

9. amp farm

you get the idea..when i get a session to mix i just go directly to this session and import the returns i want to use..no creating and inserting it's all there..i also double up on the ones with a/b compare so i get double the set up efficiency


I also have in this in my set up session.. my most common submix aux's with inserts and sends that i commonly put on them

1. SNARE [for sn top and bottom ret

2. TOMS

3. OVDS

4. ROOM

5. GTR 1 -[for gtrs with multiple mikes]

6. GTR 2 [same deal]

7. BKG P1

8. BKG P2

9. BKG P3

10. BKG M ret [ for final sub of bkg tracks]

I use CAPS for SUBS and RETURNS as i use smalls for reg tracks...makes things visually easy to see


It makes life sooo simple i might have to change a bus ret [on the bkgs when i use a mast sub] and of course dial in the inserts ..but they are alreay in, bussed and ready to rock

Contributors: mw, Sigma
Created by Sigma, 8th February 2008 at 01:55 AM
Last edited by mw, 27th March 2012 at 03:05 PM
Last comment by AskAustin on 15th January 2010 at 08:11 AM
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Old 19th August 2008
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what the **** is a "BKG P1" etc

I like your idea though... I've always been scared at the time it takes to set up busses, auxes, sends, returns, effects in the box. I could get used to this template idea...
Old 15th January 2010
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If you are using Pro tools you can use the short cut keys, selected tracks and hold alt+Shift and then make the buss on one channel and they will all be created. You can also add control to the mix to make the busses cascade. (1,2,3..). Hope this is understandable.
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