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rendering consoles,whats your way to do it

Postby ErotiCore SteNch » Tue Nov 02, 2010 3:34 pm

was wondering im about to buy the pro version,because right now i only have my laptop so i need to render out alot

whats you way to render out consoles??
i own bought the MWC and the mastering console,so im looking for the best way to render my tracks when i use the consoles
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Re: rendering consoles,whats your way to do it

Postby ericus » Tue Nov 02, 2010 5:16 pm

I use Reaper's Batch File Converter, it functions perfectly.

You can also use NRGUI, a great and very efficient tool. There is a free version and a paying version. Check it out:

http://www.acustica-audio.com/forum/index.php?f=23&t=66&rb_v=viewtopic

I normally use the input programs of the consoles. With the PRO versions of AlexB's consoles, make sure to use all the different inputs available on the different tracks, the subtle differences in the programs really help to give that "console" sound.

After rendering, use the console's stereo out in your mixbuss. There is also sends, different busses and panners in his libraries.

Good luck!

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Re: rendering consoles,whats your way to do it

Postby ngarjuna » Tue Nov 02, 2010 5:22 pm

Personally, I only apply and render effects in context in the mix itself (so that I can not only hear the effect that I'm proposing to apply to a source but, more importantly, hear it in context).
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Re: rendering consoles,whats your way to do it

Postby Mercado_Negro » Tue Nov 02, 2010 6:02 pm

I think the proper way to do it is like ngarjuna says, listen in context. If you just own one console maybe you can go with NRGUI or Batch Converters but if you own different libraries like the R2R, the PCS and a couple of consoles things change dramatically if you want to make the best out of it. This is how I would do it:

For mono tracks (all Nebula):

Preamp (from the PCS or even VM-Tube/Military Tube)
Console input (different inputs for each track)
Console Send-Return
R2R
TapeBooster+
Console Send-Return

For stereo tracks (all Nebula):

First of all separate each channel to left and right, different tracks, then insert this chain in each:

Preamp (from the PCS or even VM-Tube/Military Tube)
Console input (different inputs for each track)
Console Send-Return
R2R
TapeBooster+
Console Send-Return

Use group programs in your buses/groups (I use the clean versions, mostly).

Use a MixBus program in your Master Bus

Use 2 Console Send-Return programs in each FX Bus, one before your reverb/delay/flanger/etc., plug-in and the other one after it.

That's it.

You can configure this in groups, work on 3 or 4 tracks at a time if your computer is not powerful enough. Listen in context and make decisions based on experience.

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Re: rendering consoles,whats your way to do it

Postby zaminx » Tue Nov 02, 2010 6:44 pm

+1 render arfter proper gain staging and hearing in context
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Re: rendering consoles,whats your way to do it

Postby ErotiCore SteNch » Tue Nov 02, 2010 10:52 pm

thanks alot guys

what i normally have done,is when im happy with how my sound is i render out my track/channel(and then removes all nebula instances)
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