Basic pro tools question from a geezer

Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by russ, Feb 27, 2009.

  1. russ

    russ Supporting Member

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    So, you're doing some digital recording at a studio.....
    You've got 12 tracks done, and you are starting the mastering process.

    Can the info (individual tracks per song) be put on a disk (or ?) for remastering later on, at a different studio?
    Thanks!
     
  2. testing1two

    testing1two Gold Supporting Member

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    Absolutely, you just need to specify that you want copies of the ProTools sessions, not just the finished tracks. You will need to provide your own hard drive or DVDs to burn the sessions onto, but once you have them you can take them to any professional studio to remix, remaster, re-record, whatever you want.
     
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    Russ. . .I use a Rocstore. . .It's an external hard drive/storage device that I bring with me to the studio. I record guitars, bass and vocals at home on my ProTools TDM system. I take the Rocstor to a pro studio to record drums.

    If I want to do more work somewhere else, I've got my stuff on the Rocstor already!
     
  5. russ

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    I will look into it.
    Thank you
     

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