cakewalk

Discussion in 'Digital Audio & Recording' started by bwmac, Apr 18, 2004.

  1. bwmac

    bwmac New Member

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    i was using "acid music" but found that i was limited when recording guitar and tring to transfer files due to acids extentions. I now use "cakewalk home studio 2004" but i am haveing a lot of trouble learning the program. it dosn't seem to be an easy drag and drop or copy and paste. when i start a new project i dont know how to paint the trakes down like in acid. please help if u have used this progam
  2. Graeme

    Graeme New Member

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    You're playing with the 'big boys toys' now. Cakewalk is a proper midi sequencing application, not a drag and drop loop editor.
  3. Niklas207

    Niklas207 New Member

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    Stick with Acid Pro 4.0
    Less haggling.
  4. themidigooru

    themidigooru New Member

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    either that or leard to use home studio 2004. it sound better if you did
  5. cmaff05

    cmaff05 New Member

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    Cakewalk Home Studio 2004 is actually pretty user-inituitive, although it has a lot of capabilities. I reccomend just reading the manual or help file.
  6. r0caf3lla_pi

    r0caf3lla_pi New Member

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    yea cakewalk is hot....:)

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