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Old 04-29-2002, 04:12 PM
Jason Crumpler Jason Crumpler is offline
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Default Bounce problems

I am Having problems with my mix sounding very different that it sounds while bouncing.
It appears that automation is not being represented in the mix , (not all of the automation atleast.)
Does anyone have any input on this matter.
I am working on a TDM system and A G4 500.
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Old 04-29-2002, 04:32 PM
EthanMorse EthanMorse is offline
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Default Re: Bounce problems

In bounce to disk...
Are you using Convert after bounce or Convert During Bounce?

"Convert after bounce" will give you the most precise reproduction of automation moves, the convert during bounce tends to not be so accurate, I believe its also in the manual...

Hope this helps.
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