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From goldbaker on 20.03.2006, 05:19:

 

I would normally export to an external editor to a final fadeout for a song, but I'm just curious if people do that using Psycle (e.g. for the competitions), and, if so, how.

Thanks.


From dark_virus on 20.03.2006, 19:24:

 

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Original by goldbaker
I would normally export to an external editor to a final fadeout for a song, but I'm just curious if people do that using Psycle (e.g. for the competitions), and, if so, how.


I think people make the entire song in Psycle, using only internal synths. Don't know the compo rules at all (I'm not able to participate, yet )

Maybe, if the computer is good enough, it can handle some mastering plugins in the mix itself. So, you can export an almost complete wav file. In my case, 2 problems:

1 - I'm using only free stuff
2 - I don't like Audacity

So, I make almost everything in Psycle, and tweak it as much as I can. So, the wav editor will come only for the fades or some sort of DC offset correction.


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From MfM on 20.03.2006, 21:23:

 

btw for the compo you can't use external editor for mastering the track..the mp3 version must be simply rendered from psycle!


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From goldbaker on 21.03.2006, 17:57:

 

Thanks -- I guess that answers one of my main questions. I've just started using Psycle, and I think it's great. I've got something I'm working on and wanted to try to enter it in the compo, so I wanted to be sure about the rules and use of external editors.

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