recording mixes.. do i have to play it all the way through every time?
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    Default recording mixes.. do i have to play it all the way through every time?

    i find that when i make mixes that i generally only want to add in certain effects during the transitions.. is there a way or a certain program that i can use to just record modify my current mix with the effects without having to record the entire thing from start to finish?

    i prefer not to use programs like audacity because it starts to get choppy once you keep slicing up the natural flow of the mix

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    you dont have to but you should to get the human touch to your mix

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    I think you can do it using ableton, I don't actually have it though so I can't confirm it. Anyone care to?
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    yeah i use ableton and you can

    if i am doing a mix i just record the mix clean then i can just play it back in the parts where i want to add effects etc... so if you mess something up or want to try anything then all you have to do is click undo and try again.

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    Im not sure if this is what you're asking, but yes you can punch in and out of mixes with Ableton after u record it, to not have to re-record the whole thing is a nice advantage of using Ableton if you're making a mix and mess like 1 small thing up in an hour + recording

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