Using Component Audio (Chunks) and SyncTracks to Create Compelling Soundtracks with Small File Sizes
Welcome to the second tutorial in DoReMedia's Dynamic Audio Trilogy. In the first tutorial, Creating Dynamic Soundtracks Using Layering, we showed you how to make your sound tracks more interesting and smaller in size by using layering techniques and controlling individual instrument parts. Sound Family Layers provide the "unmixed" instrument tracks necessary to accomplish this. But layers are just one of three dimensions of the Sound Family. The second dimension is Chunks.
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