Track Versioning vs Multi Tracks – Slick Audio

Track Versioning vs Multi Tracks

Jim, from Slick Audio discusses a trick dare I say, or maybe a work flow and why and when you might want to use track versioning or take the step to turn each of these new versions actually into new tracks of their own.   Maybe a few of you out there already do this if you do tell us more about how you do it.   But for those who are not certain about what I am talking about.   You are essentially making a new version of the piece you are creating and turn it into a stand alone track.   Seeing is believing so  review the video below  as Jim helps you understand why you’d want to record multiple tracks or multiple versions. What’s the difference and how you can make the most of your recording time.




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