Creating Smooth Acoustic Jazz using multiple DAW’s in Different Countries

Ron Doering is a guitarist who works between bluegrass and jazz. His latest project is a jazz offering based around the nylon string guitar and vibraphone. “Vibraphone is one of those instruments I would love to own, and it’s a shame they’re so expensive. The sound is both stirring and mellow and is just a pleasure to record,” commented Jim. The project spans across two countries – bass and scratch guitar were laid down in Mexico and the rest of the album was tracked and mixed here. All the original files were rendered to a data CD and then imported into our system. “As long as the engineer renders the audio correctly, it really doesn’t matter what DAW system is used. You can import audio into all systems.”

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