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Tzabi
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Problematic stems?

Thu Mar 26, 2020 3:12 am

Hi guys, im new to Logic Pro x and I used to use Fl studio.
I was in the middle of some projects before I moved to Logic Pro x so I had to bounce stems from those projects so I could continue working on them in logic.
So Fl studio did me wrong, and some of the stems are off time and some are not, some busses ahead and some drag, and you can't really tell if the reverb track is on time (etc.).
I wanted to hear from you guys if logic ever did you stuff like this, mess up with your stems? (and how to avoid it!)
 
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Re: Problematic stems?

Thu Mar 26, 2020 3:58 am

It remains to be proven what actually was wrong, FL or the pilot.

Does Logic mess up stems ? No. Is it easy to mess up yourself ? Absolutely.
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Tzabi
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Re: Problematic stems?

Thu Mar 26, 2020 5:43 am

fuzzfilth wrote:
It remains to be proven what actually was wrong, FL or the pilot.

Does Logic mess up stems ? No. Is it easy to mess up yourself ? Absolutely.

You're totally right, and it would be Un-selfconscious to disagree with you, but I have to.
The master sounded fine, in Fl Daw it seemed fine, but when I take the stems suddenly a lot of the busses are slightly drag or even hurry, its like Fl does somekind of delay compensation that he leaves out when bouncing stems.
Maybe there is a certain way to bounce stems?