balco Posted May 13, 2007 Share Posted May 13, 2007 OK, I appologize for using "ProTools terminology", however it is the best way to describe the issue imho. At first, I'd like to notice that in this case I use Logic as a DAW for recording a band in studio. What I need to do is when I have mixed one song of a band recorded to Logic, I'd like to transfer all (or rather almost all) of the audio object parameters to another song, so I save a huge ammount of time mixing the other songs and make them sound similar to the first one. (In ProTools I used the Import session data command, which worked fine for this purpose). Three basic ways come to my mind, but the disadvantages are so overwhelming: Import Environment command, ChannelStrip settings, and copy-paste the Audio Configuration. The problem is that the Import Environment function just does not work properly somehow, and it does not import the bus routings and levels, which is vital for me. Channel Strips do not carry bus routings and levels either, and doing this individually track by track is so long and boring... Then there could be another way - Audio Configuration. But the copy-paste function in Audio Configuration window replaces ALL of the objects with no mercy. Usually, the song arrangements differ from each other, e.g. in number of vocal tracks, guitars or other instruments. And for this reason, the channel numbers of particular tracks can differ through the songs. So what I need to do is to copy or import inserts, bus routings, bus levels, pan and volume from one song to another. But just to major part of audio tracks, but not to all of them. I think that many of us would like to know if there is a way to solve this. Thanks in advance, any ideas much appreciated. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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