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Well, not long now and I'll be getting a new laptop, and not long after that, a new DAW, probably Reason......but not before I say a massive thanks to the Caustic devs. I have not produced music for many years, and had no idea if I would enjoy it again, but thanks solely to Caustic, I've realised that I still love it and can't wait to start releasing new material. But it would never have happened without Caustic. I'll explain.... I would never have bought a new home studio set up (something I'm about to do, nothing too much - appropriate laptop, controller/keyboard, new DAW, monitors etc) without Caustic. Being able to have this incredible piece of software for under five quid (I still can't believe the price) gave me the opportunity to see if I was still up for getting back into music production - and it turns out I certainly am!
But I've done a track that I would still like to put out there. There's not a lot I can do with it for copyright reasons (it's a remix of a Talking Heads track) but it would still be cool to say I created a track totally in Caustic. The problem is I can't get a mixdown. When all the tracks are playing together, some, particularly the vocal, are fading in and out, plus other weirdness. I've tried everything, it's not a problem I've ever had before. I haven't read all of this, but is this anything to do with it; http://prorec.com/2013/05/the-pan-law-of-the-land/ ?
I've uploaded the Caustic file, feel free to have a play around and let me know what you think. I have only uploaded the Caustic file, I won't be uploading the track anywhere til I'm happy with it. I finish my tracks off using Mastering - another fantastic piece of software. I've a feeling Caustic just can't deal with so much being thrown at it, as much as I love Caustic!!!
Thanks in advance,, and thanks again Caustic!!