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  • in reply to: How to Get Proteus VX to Work in FL Studio #13194
    gdomeier
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    Try going into the wrapper settings (gear button in the upper left corner of the vst plugin window) and deselecting “Allow Threaded Processing” onteh Processing tab.

    I had problems with battery that was similar on render and that solved it for me.

    in reply to: Tunesat and Edits #13099
    gdomeier
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    I have not, but I have considered stringing the main cue and all the edits into one long track and uploadng that.

    in reply to: Edits #12014
    gdomeier
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    How often do your specific time edits get used? Looking at cue sheets, I rarely see any cues that match up to those time values. They mostly seem to be random times.

    in reply to: Edits #11652
    gdomeier
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    By bed, do you mean no melody instruments or vocals?

    in reply to: What to do now? #11611
    gdomeier
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    My experience with ascap on these matters is they will direct you back to the library or the production company.

    in reply to: Royalty free music sites and the rest of the world. #10894
    gdomeier
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    For those of you that have success with rf sites, are the tracks you upload to them non registered with your pro? I am not sure if having my cues registered with my pro is a deterrent to sales on rf sites or not.

    in reply to: How do you keep track of your songs? #9274
    gdomeier
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    I use excel. I have a column for each library as well as ascap. I put in an S when I submit to a particular library, then an A (accepted), E (exclusive) or R (rejected).

    Finally, I also put and X in the ascap column when I register the song with them.   also have a bpm column at the end.

     

     

    in reply to: Too much lows on this? #9177
    gdomeier
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    Thank you both for the feedback.  It was helpful.   I generally high pass guitars and bass around either 40 or 30 hz. Same on the master with a high cut too.

    I generally track using seinheisser hd280 phones.  The bass is very light on them, so when it sounds thick there, I know it’s waaaay to much.  I generally listen to my track in the phones, then my pc speakers and finally some consumer behind the head sony consumer phones at work.

    On a related note, I understand mixing on headphones is generally considered verboten, but other than issues with panning, is there a reason not to do it?

    Seems it would be easier to get a flat/reference type of sound via headphones rather than expensive studio monitors and room treatments.

     

    in reply to: Exclusive vs. Non-Exclusive Strategy? #8886
    gdomeier
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    Eric, we appear to be a similar stages in this business.  I have most of my cues as non exclusive.  I also have an exclusive deal with another publisher that I submit cues to.  Those are mostly custom type requests.

     

    So far, the non exclusives are working well for me.  The custom/exclusives are starting as well.  No reason not to have cues in each type.

    in reply to: remove the "started by" image? #5495
    gdomeier
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    I won’t die if you have they have to be on 🙂

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