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Old 11-02-2006, 10:14 AM
Stoneroses63 Stoneroses63 is offline
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Default problem when mixing drums to its own stereo channe

I was mixing all my 12 drum tracks for a song to its own seperate stereo channel..THen I was going to make the other drum track inactive to free up tracks...But when I did this, the stereo drum track that I bounced to the drums too, didnt line up with the rest of the tracks...I think it was a little bit slow compared to the rest of the tracks...ANyone know whats going on with this? Thank you
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