Colour Code

Colour Code

Audiotent Tip 359. Colour Code.

A simple but often overlooked feature of the digital audio workstation is the ability to colour code your channels.
Having a colour coding system that you always use for every track can increase your productivity and workflow.
This becomes extra helpful if you're returning to the project after a few weeks, months or even years ;)
Be diligent and colour code all of your projects.
How do you colour code your projects? We like to go with:
Drums = Blue
Bass = Red
Synths = Yellow
FX = White
Vocals = Pink
Sends = Black

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