Remember what it feels like when you learn to do something in your DAW
and then you don’t do it for a long time and one day you need to do it again
and you end up saying to yourself, "now how did I do that before?’
(it’s manual time etc)
Well I don’t do a lot of this type of music so it is really nice when
all works so smoothly.
Have a friend here that performs as a solo act using ‘tracks’ (music minus one)
live on stage.
I have done a number of tracks for him before
so he asked me to do GStyle as a track as part of his show.
Yes he dances.
When he gave me a copy from which to ‘lift’ the tune,
the 1st thing I noticed was that ‘pumping’ effect
of the instruments and drums/perc.
No prob using C6 and in a few hours I had it done but
I then thought that ‘back-in-the-day’ of no side chaining in Cubase,
this project would have been much much harder and way more complicated.
If fact I might not have been able to successfully do it at all
but now with Cubase, side chaining is elegant and straight forward.
And I did not have to RTFM at all. Nicely done Steiny.