Before starting my new project (one big project vs. small projects, 96kHz / 48 kHz)
the problem with 96 kHz was that I had the feeling that some plugins didn't work too well with that (the amp series from I think it was TAP) and that my processing power was not enough to master the whole thing with JAMIN.
Now I've got a new PC with much more horsepower / RAM, but I still don't know if it is really worth recording with 96 kHZ when everything is downsampled for the CD (this is the final product).
Are 48 kHz a good middle path ?
The last time I've recorded every track in a seperate project (I hope this is a good word for that) - this had the big advantage of beeing pretty easy to handle (big advantage when taking many takes and creating the click track) - but the big disadvantage was that I had to set all the same settings for all the plugins in many different projects.
Is it advisable to create one project with the songs for every "day" I am going to record - so the levels for the songs are pretty the same and I still don't have to set the release of the compressor for every single track ?
Sorry for writing such a long - winding post - but maybe some of you can give me some tips / infos for this.
The whole project are about 6 songs - maybe 20 minutes of material and the whole thing should be burned to CDs - it is underground death metal / grindcore - so the quality is not going to be "big studio style" - but should be okay.