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Shant Hagopian's personal blog – Semantic Saturation
Which is why you should NEVER over write old copeis of a song. As soon as anything I’m writing starts to sound good, I save it. Whenever I make a meaningful change, I save again, fresh name, fresh copy. And so on Which means I have snapshots of every stage of the process. If it starts to sound crap or I want to refresh my memory, I go back and check out older versions. Surprising how often they sound a lot better. I mix as I write, so level relationships between elements are crucial, since I perform’ volume changes as I play and how hard I’ll play sections will depend on the existing balance. If I then change the balance too far it all starts sounding wrong. No old copy No way to get back to the original balance. So don’t overwrite !
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