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Documenting Analog Mixes
Old 4th August 2005
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Documenting Analog Mixes


I have just been assigned to document every setting of every comp., eq (so on and so forth) for every track (and/or instruments) for all future analog mixes. I was wondering if their is already a standard method of documenting every minute detail thats neat, precise and easy for anyone to read and understand. I was hoping to try and avoid tracksheets, but I guess they've been around so long for a reason...

Any help will greatly appreciated

Old 4th August 2005
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You need graphic templates of all the gear in the room. Plus track sheets.
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Check out Barry Rudolph's site for outboard gear recall sheets:

Find the gear you have in your room and make up booklets with a recall sheet for each. That's pretty much how every studio I've been to does it.
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Thanks allot Robmix, those recall sheets are exactly what I was looking for.

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