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Exporting your mix

I've gone ahead and built out the mix and the arrangement a bit further. And I'd like to take you on a brief tour of what I've done before we bounce down the final mix. I went ahead and did some further automation on the lead vocal. Click a and you can see that automation data there. Click a to turn it off. And I went ahead and organized the track order a little bit differently. I added a crash symbol here at the top. I named these tracks. Since this is an impact track, the kick and the snare are on the same track, so I called it the kick snare and I named the second drum track hats.

You'll notice that there is a rhythm guitar left and a rhythm guitar right. What I did was I took the back 8 bars of the 16 bar guitar phrase. And I pasted it down onto another track. In other words, we had a guitar part going from measure 5 all the way to measure 21. I took measures 13 to 21, dragged them down to a separate track, called rhythm guitar right, slid them all the ...

Exporting your mix
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Exporting your mix provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Josh Harris as part of the Up and Running with Studio One

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Audio + Music
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Studio One
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