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I know what you mean. Sometimes I wish I had the ability to have track folders like in Logic, a feature that Pro Tools hasn't absorbed yet. I'm not sure if you're asking about a literal template file or just a standard structure for your workflow, but ultimately it's just about your preference. Let's say that I am designing a standard romantic comedy — ...


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Treat this project in the same way you would treat a film mix. You would have track groupings to cover: Dialogue - DLG Sound Effects SFX Music - MUS Start with editing and premixing the dialogue, then add in SFX and Music to taste. Each set of groupings will be treated slightly differently. In terms of setting up the template, you will want to bus your ...


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Interesting subject, I have the same issue whenever I'm in a project that get's too elaborate. I mostly realise too late that i should have created an extra design session in PT. But sometimes switching between 2 sessions kills the creative flow. Your question is not very clear. Are you looking for an overall solution? A sound design Demigod-template? Or ...


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Templates is the only way I work - ensures efficiency and reliability. I honestly can't begin to think of not working with them, especially for large feature film layouts. I have various templates (DX, ADR, Foley, FX, BGz, Sub/Stem/PM layouts, etc), and some templates from studios I've worked with where the mixer has provided what they like to use and ...


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Good question! I have a folder containing all of my templates. They're often updated as I discover more efficient ways of doing things. My workflow is a constant evolution, so water doesn't work for me. If for example I have a Mix_Surround template and need to do a stereo mix, I simply duplicate it, adapt it to a stereo mix and save at as Mix_Stereo. I'm ...


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