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post Apr 7 2010, 01:49 PM
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Hey Muris. I was just wondering if you have a Midi keyboard in use to record your backing tracks. I want to start experimenting with making my own, but having some trouble. Do you create all yours with the mouse somehow?
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post Apr 11 2010, 02:44 AM
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Hello. smile.gif

Actually I have 2 but most of the time I find my self doing it with mouse!
For backing track of this kind is quite simple to go with the mouse imo,
you draw a chord and copy it afterward, with slight editing as different chords appears.
Similar goes for bass, you make a bar of your groove and copy it
with adjusting notes as chords change.
You can try both ways nonetheless, everything is fine as long as it works for you. smile.gif


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