zachL Posted December 19, 2022 Share Posted December 19, 2022 To anyone who can help This question is process oriented than program As far as I know and tested there are a few ways of mixing up tracks and I still am looking for the most useful technique (1)Prior to use mixpad I used a set of programs for joining mp3 files that could in the end exceed the requested time of 30 minutes together with the ‘voiceplugs’ (voice mp3s in between music mp3s) If the time was less then 31-32 minutes he simply shrunk the time to 30 minutes (1 bemole less ) because ‘this is nil difference to he human ear’ (2) Jutin case the file was more than 32 minutes he simply faded out the last file (3) in the third idea is simply to limit the time each track is mixed so that mixing starts with the start of first track and ends with the end of last track and the remain are freely mixed up Which if these 3 approaches you think are better for a mixing session ? I will appreciate also any other useful ideas. IN Short the ideas are written mathematically in a 30 minutes available mixing (1) If total time <31,5 minutes = Shrink by time (2) if total time >32 minutes then fade last track (3) start an end song ends determine the ends of mixing Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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