This tutorial, Part 2 in a series, demonstrates how to add new tracks to existing projects with sync tones, how to create a new project with sync tones, and how to handle situations when adding to a project with no exiting sync tones. Sync Tones are markers added to tracks so that related tracks can be easily aligned and locked together. They're easy to use, and will save hours of frustration.
Sun, May 10, 2009 @
01:34 PM UTC
Very good tutorial. I keep it in a corner of my bookmarks.
Oh I recognized X42 playing his guitar!
Sun, May 10, 2009 @
04:58 PM UTC
I always wanted to participate in a movie soundtrack. ;) The track is from a project started by Quadri called "Until The End".
By the way, great job on the new tutorials!
Fri, Jul 31, 2009 @
11:56 AM UTC
you've got a way of explaining things Raf - even though i've been doing this for a while, you always make it seem easier than the way i do it. cheers.
Thu, Aug 26, 2010 @
12:51 PM UTC
YAH!! I learned two great things - Mucho Gracias!!
Wed, Mar 30, 2011 @
09:35 AM UTC
Thanks for sharing that, makes lots of sense. I can see this helps to line up audio .
What is the place of a "click" track, and a "tempo" track? I.E. if a song has changes in tempo and or time signature?
I'm going to start with a simple project with straight time etc. to keep things simple, but what would you do if a song was more complicated?
Thanks again for sharing, I appreciate the tutorials, great help for a beginner!
The Sync tone download links dont work on the kompoz.com/sync page.
Mon, Oct 24, 2011 @
05:22 PM UTC
I'm not exactly getting how or why you place the sync tone in the new tracks so that your new track starts in the right place. Why can't you just have your audio software snap it into the zero point of the track? If you start recording in the beginning, shouldn't everything line up anyway?
Wed, Nov 16, 2011 @
01:35 AM UTC
The two tutorials were very helpful, and very clear to understand.