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  • M. A.

    Hello Tryston, thanks for getting in touch!

    We currently don't have a way to disable or customize mastering settings, but feel free to experiment with the mix to get the sound you want. If you'd like some help or tips regarding a project, we'd be happy to listen to it and give suggestions specific to your track. Click here to send our support team an email about this.

    If you have more questions, kindly include it in your email as well :)

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  • Digimancer

    Hi, I might have a solution for you! If your song is not sounding correct after exporting, it is usually because the song is overloading from either a lot of loud noise or a large number of audio tracks. Usually, with loud noises, soundtrap tries to equalize the audio/make the audio safer, and it sometimes messes things up.

    One solution is to, rather than export the whole song together, export all of the tracks separately, inside the project (usually exporting outside of the track messes things up for me). Then, put it all back together using audacity or another audio editor. This way, you usually end up with a song that sounds correct, but still adjustable.

    Another method would be to lower how loud your song is inside of the project, and then export it the same way that you usually do, though I recommend and use the first solution.

    In the end, it comes down to whether you want to use a fast but slightly risky method, or a slower but more accurate method.

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  • tryston luedtke

    thanks but im referring to the computerized "mixing" your app does after i leave the studio. after i leave it says "mixing..." and wont let me listen. it changes all of the volumes of different instruments and makes it sound terrible. not to mention the ridiculous amount of hours ive put into multiple songs and lost the entire thing because this app just decides to freeze up and not save my work. soundtrap is a big stinking pile of doo doo.

     

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  • Digimancer

    Hmm. are you using soundtrap on mobile? From what I have heard and seen, that might not be the most stable version. I would suggest using the browser version, as that would likely fix your issue. also, make sure to save your changes every five min. or so, and also before you make a big change. This will probably stop the app from freezing up. If you make a lot of changes and do not save, then soundtrap will be more likely to trip up whilst saving.

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  • tryston luedtke

    oh no, dont say anything bad about soundtrap! just went on my account and a song that ive had in my projects for months has been completely deleted without me touching it! god i love this app. will be exporting everything it will let me and using bandlab from now on since it never does this shit to me. 

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  • fionnternet

    Hi, I'm a bit late, but there are 2 solutions.

    1: export all the individual project stems (tracks) as their own files, then combine them in a separate project. Soundtrap only mixes full projects, not individual tracks.

    2: This solution is probably far more convenient. Merge all the tracks together, and then export the 1 merged track as your final project. Soundtrap doesn't master tracks when they're being merged, so if you combine all the tracks into 1, you'll get an unmixed, exportable stem, that will not include any of the post-studio mastering. As a bonus, individual tracks are exported as WAV's. This means that you can bypass the whole "Pay extra money ON TOP of a premium subscription for high-quality downloads" BS that soundtrap does. Hope this helps.

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