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.cst or Patches as mixing presets in LPX?


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For me Patches are perfect for save or load a group of audiotracks, instruments, busses. powerful for live situation !

.cst is cool for save or load one track , bus, inst...., with fx. Or save in Performance for load with prgchanges.

 

sorry for my bad english (I hope I understand your question...)

 

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Patches for instrument are powerful and awesome. But I am curios to know if you guys are still using .cst files as mixing presets or if you are using patches? If so, why?

 

I utilize both applications (mixing presets and instrument patches). Why? Because it's a very streamlined way of doing things and I can get work done much faster instead of trying to recreate everything from scratch. Also, sometimes you can't always recreate something exactly, so it's better to save the patch instead.

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Patches for instrument are powerful and awesome. But I am curios to know if you guys are still using .cst files as mixing presets or if you are using patches? If so, why?

 

I utilize both applications (mixing presets and instrument patches). Why? Because it's a very streamlined way of doing things and I can get work done much faster instead of trying to recreate everything from scratch. Also, sometimes you can't always recreate something exactly, so it's better to save the patch instead.

 

But I was more curios to know about people's mixing preset preference. Do people stil use channel strip settings or is people using patches as mixing presets? Does it even matter?

 

I am talking about this: http://www.loopmasters.com/products/1602-Logic-Mix-Essential-Channel-Strips

 

(I am in the process of building my own library and since I have two format options available I just wanted to be sure I select the right one form the get go.)

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