So, how many tracks should you have in your music project? I've heard of people using as few as 4 tracks and also all the way up to over 100 tracks per project, but what is that perfect number? In today's video I'm going to go over why less is more and why you don't need as many tracks as you think.
Let me know what you think and leave your thoughts down below and lets start a discussion! (The comment section is at the absolute bottom of the page).
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Equipment Used for This Video:
Video Camera: Sony ZV-1
Microphone: Shure SM7B
Microphone Boom Arm/Stand: Rode PSA1
Studio Headphones: Massdrop X Sennheiser HD 6XX
Audio Interface: Presonus Audiobox 44VSL
Audio Editing Software (DAW): Reaper
Video Lights: Neewer 660 (Not Pro version) RGB Led Light (3 Point Lighting Setup)
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Keyboards (in the Background):
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