Backing tracks.


MajorA
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I have a question, how can i make drumloops and rythym guitar tracks like the ones at guitar war?
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MajorA
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I talked to johan and he said to try cubase. He said he mutes certin parts of the midi and plays the part he muted. So I looked at it and do you know the price? $700!!!!!! I can't afford that and i dont know who can but I certinally cant.I havent downloaded it yet. Do you know of any other programs that dont cost so much that can do this?
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Rat520
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If all you want is to make drum loops, try hammerhead, it's a freeware program that has a six channel sequiencer. But if you can get cakewalk or fruityloops, thats what i usualy use and thier great, but expensive.
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MajorA
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No I want one to be able to mute and record certin parts of a midi adn be able to mix it all together with an auido track that i record. I want to be able to try it out first before i buy it so i need a shareware program like this.
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Jon Broderick
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there is a product called anvil studio that i downloaded shareware before I bought cubase. Try that and see what you think.

you can get it at zdnet.com or wherever you get your shareware.


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MajorA
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I tried anvil studio and I didn't like it. Now I have cakewalk pro auido 9 it works fine but I have a question about it, how can I get the auido and the midi to be in sync? the auido is too fast and the midi is to slow and its all mixed up. HELP!!
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Jon Broderick
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I don't know anything about that program. But, I am guessing that you are taking an existing audio and midi and putting them together?

I usually play the audio while listening to the midi, and then they are in sync,
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