Just about any place has something that passes for a tourist attraction, and the locals all know at least six different ways to get to it. If you want scenery, you can take the coast road, but there’s nowhere to stop and get something to eat. If you take a route straight through the city, there’s a fabulous farmer’s market, as long as you don’t mind dealing with all the traffic. And so on.
Well, it’s just as important to know how to get your audio where it needs to go, and Camelot offers many different routes, depending on what your needs are. Did you know that each Layer has an audio input, but you can bring external audio into hardware device Items in the Layer, as well? How about the fact you can get a traditional mixer channel strip display for all of the Items in a Layer? Or how to create submixes? Or the existence of “VCA-style” masters in Camelot?
Camelot’s audio mixing and routing capabilities turn out to be really quite extensive, enabling you to create a sophisticated mixing scheme in each Scene, and then, of course, switch Scenes manually or with automation. You can even control many mixing functions through MIDI.
Don’t be the person that just passes right on through town without checking out the local attractions! You may discover inspiration seeing the writing cabin of a famous composer or the childhood home of a great author. And you may discover musical inspiration in our Audio Routing and Mixing tutorial for Camelot. You don’t even have to get in your car for the tutorial, so there’s that. All you have to do is follow this link and you’ll get your mind stretched when you learn how much you can do: