Tip: Compare various versions of mixes and masters

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Tip: Compare various versions of mixes and masters

Here's how you compare various versions of mixes and masters with Resonic, starting with Alpha 910.

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Re: Compare various versions of mixes and masters

Yes this is a nice feature but I would like to restart the same track from the start when I click on it.

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Re: Compare various versions of mixes and masters

MaxLapierre wrote:Yes this is a nice feature but I would like to restart the same track from the start when I click on it.
Already fixed, which will be included in the next alpha, but also in test builds.
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Re: Compare various versions of mixes and masters

Nice 8-)

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Re: Tip: Compare various versions of mixes and masters

dope feature!
good when clients come for listening also.

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Re: Tip: Compare various versions of mixes and masters

yes I was going to post about this being one of the best features of even just the player ..
for evaluating various different mixes or different re-masters of the same mix, being able to jump from file to file while maintaining position is great !

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Re: Tip: Compare various versions of mixes and masters

skylogic wrote:
May 5th, 2019, 18:38
yes I was going to post about this being one of the best features of even just the player ..
for evaluating various different mixes or different re-masters of the same mix, being able to jump from file to file while maintaining position is great !
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I currently use Resonic (both Player and Pro) more for this single feature than anything else, to compare different in-progress mixes, and even to see whether or not I can hear the difference with 'mojo' plug-ins 8-)

Remember also that using shift-drag you can loop round shorter sections of each mix to compare finer details while swapping between them at will :nerd:


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