CDM wrote on 11/1/2002, 2:37 PM
I don't think so, no.
Chienworks wrote on 11/1/2002, 2:55 PM
Once again, i really don't see what the problem is with using track volume envelopes. At worst, you will have to add a couple of nodes between songs so that you can change the volume level from one song to the next during the song that comes between them on the other track. Even then you should be able to avoid this by adjusting the volume level of the entire event, and reserve the volume envelope only for fades.
ibliss wrote on 11/2/2002, 12:03 AM
CD-A works in the same way as Vegas, in that the level change produced by pulling down the gain on an event are pre-fx. This will screw up any dynamics plugins on an event if you make event gain changes after seting up the FX.

In the case of the compressor, you could always use it's Output Gain to control the level instead.

Mike K
Currysteph wrote on 11/2/2002, 4:37 AM
you guys are talking out of my experience range so ill just have to see what i can figure out....i guess i can still use CDA4.0g worst case senario
doctorfish wrote on 11/3/2002, 2:06 AM

If I remember correctly, you're in Korea, right?
I started a small studio in Suwon a little south of Seoul.
Where's your studio?

Currysteph wrote on 11/3/2002, 3:18 PM
Im in the city of Seoul...dont have a studio I just make my own compulation CD's along with sometimes adding in sound fx for the fun of it. But I live close to the closest subway stop is Seollung (220) on the green line. Id like to check out what you do at your studio sometime....if you want give email me sometime.
doctorfish wrote on 11/3/2002, 6:10 PM
Cool. Yes, I'll drop you a line sometime.

Currysteph wrote on 11/5/2002, 2:31 PM
Ive got a soccer game in Suwon this Sunday...not sure yet where..but ill try to let you know. If its close by you can swing buy and say hey