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Creating Orchestral Sections using solo instruments in Auria
Sorry I duplicated this post in creations and don’t know how to delete one
Hi. I’m trying to do the above, layering a few tracks of orchestral instruments to create a section, in auria. I recorded a midi ifretless brass track with a solo trumpet. I could play the part and record it numerous times but want to try layering by copying the original part. If I just bounce manually to other tracks it sounds terrible, no width or dimension, lots of little resonance spikes, so I tried messing with eq variations and reverb variations in each track, and this didn’t really help. This was just my first experiment as I kind of new this would happen from years of doubling vocals etc. My thought is , and I think I’ve read someone suggesting similar, to introduce very very slight changes in each part/tracks position in te timeline, couple of nanoseconds etc. I have read somewhere on here at some point, someone saying you could create very minor latency differences per track in auria to achieve this but I have no idea how - someone probably looking to do the same as me. I’m not sure if there’s a setting you can just alter per track or if they meant you can alter te latency incrementally each time you go to manually bounce a track to another or something.
I’m curious as to whether anyone knows if this is the best method of achieving what I’m aiming for? I have heard a fantastic piece with sections built from layered solo swam parts but not sure how this was done, whether you really do have to re-record each time. If you do, you do but thought I should try different method first
As an aside, just having read mcdtracys amazing patch thread using streambyter I wonder if there could be a streambyter patch designed to do just this? To play one note in multiple minutely varied timings when it’s pressed so you could easily record a section.