• wjmwpg
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    Joined: Jul 14th, 2010
    "Recording into" vs "bouncing into" a mix
    I'm currently watching Sonic Dimension Expanded, and in video 3 - THE SONIC CANVAS PT. 1 - Greg Townley asserts that he's "a big proponent of not bouncing into the mix, but actually recording into the session". He makes this statement at around the 3:25 mark, and very briefly explains his reasoning ... but I can't figure out what, in theory or practice he means by this. Is anyone able to she'd some further light on this comment? Cheers, James
  • Arthur Spooner
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    Joined: Jul 5th, 2014
    Re: "Recording into" vs "bouncing into&...
    I just saw that video as well. I agree - this needs further clarification. I understand it as follows: He sets up a channel next to the Master and routes all the audio into that and then routes that combined audio out for 'bouncing' externally. How is he bouncing it externally? Also, what happens at that point, because from what I've understood he then sends that bounced audio back into the DAW's master for 'recording'. It doesn't really make sense to me.
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