skeptic38 Posted April 26, 2017 Share Posted April 26, 2017 Hi guys, I'm a complete Logic Pro novice, looking for suggestions/techniques/opinions. I'm looking to record band rehearsals of approximately 3 hours in length. Afterward, I'd like to go through, isolate the individual song performances, and create mp3's of the songs for the band members. I made my first attempt last week. I created one project, and stopped recording between each song. When I was done, I went through, found each song, edited them to the best of my abilities, and then bounced them as individual mp3's. So my question is, how would an experienced sound engineer accomplish the same thing? Is there a more efficient way to do it? I found it difficult to keep settings straight between the different songs, and thought that maybe I should have created a new project for each individual song. Problem is, that would take up too much rehearsal time. Is there a way to split up one long (3 hour) project into individual projects? Would that be the way to go if you could do it without too much effort? I'm recording 16 tracks through a Mackie 1640i, onto a MacBook, using Logic Pro 9. Thanks in advance for any advice and or suggestions. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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