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When bounce tracks on my micro-br there seems static going on

When I record a track on my micro-br it sounds completely normal, but once I bounce 2-4 tracks into 1 track, all of the sudden the sound gets staticy.
I need help on this because I do not want to send crappy staticy songs to my friends.

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First of all, it would be better for you to pan the tracks, and bounce into 2 tracks for stereo separation.

Your "static" may stem from three pausible causes.

One, four tracks into mono may make your output a little muddy.

Two, watch the reverb - if you keep applying reverb after each bounce, it starts to sound bad.

Three, if you have drums/rhythm, turn it off while bouncing. Only have drums on when mastering, because they will keep getting re-recorded during bouncing.

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You might want to go to the VSPLANET.COM site as they deal with a lot of these type problems.

The setup and levels are important and it is easy to cause overdriven levels when merging the tracks.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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