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Alex Feather
post Sep 15 2012, 08:29 PM
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Hi!! I am glad you have decided to join
I have a few questions before we will start:

- What recording software do you use? (if any)
- What type of DAW do you have? (if any)
- What are your favorite styles?
- What would you like to learn?* (Record your own music, make backing tracks, record guitar, mix, master, arrange?)
* We will cover all topics but I would like to see what your priorities are!
Looking forward to start working with you!


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post Sep 18 2012, 05:15 PM
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QUOTE (Alex Feather @ Sep 15 2012, 07:29 PM) *
Hi!! I am glad you have decided to join
I have a few questions before we will start:

- What recording software do you use? (if any)
- What type of DAW do you have? (if any)
- What are your favorite styles?
- What would you like to learn?* (Record your own music, make backing tracks, record guitar, mix, master, arrange?)
* We will cover all topics but I would like to see what your priorities are!
Looking forward to start working with you!

Thank´s for this course Alex
here my answers
I use the Sony Acid Pro 7 for recordings
I dont exacctly kwon what it is a Daw, but I Think is the secuencer Rigth? if it is I use the Acid´s secuencer
I want to recording, mix and master my own material.
Thank´s again Alex
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Alex Feather
post Sep 19 2012, 11:04 PM
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QUOTE (Miltonex @ Sep 18 2012, 04:15 PM) *
Thank´s for this course Alex
here my answers
I use the Sony Acid Pro 7 for recordings
I dont exacctly kwon what it is a Daw, but I Think is the secuencer Rigth? if it is I use the Acid´s secuencer
I want to recording, mix and master my own material.
Thank´s again Alex

Awesome! You have a nice software
DAW (Thanks to tonymiro) is a software you run on your computer
It is all starts with drums and it is really important to have a good groove! smile.gif
What type of drums software do you use (if any)?
Also is your system runs AU or VST plugins?

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Saoirse O'Shea
post Sep 20 2012, 08:27 AM
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To add...

A DAW is a digital audio workstation. Most nowadays are based around a computer but some are stand alone systems. The DAW is used to record, mix and play back digitised audio. It includes the sequencer program (which is often referred to as the DAW). Some examples of sequencers include Cubase, Logic, Protools, Sonar, Reaper, and in your
case Acid.

Acid is pc based and as such is VST/VSTi compatable rather than AU.


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post Sep 21 2012, 08:08 AM
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QUOTE (tonymiro @ Sep 20 2012, 07:27 AM) *
To add...

A DAW is a digital audio workstation. Most nowadays are based around a computer but some are stand alone systems. The DAW is used to record, mix and play back digitised audio. It includes the sequencer program (which is often referred to as the DAW). Some examples of sequencers include Cubase, Logic, Protools, Sonar, Reaper, and in your
case Acid.

Acid is pc based and as such is VST/VSTi compatable rather than AU.

Thank you very much for detailed explanation! smile.gif
It helped a lot sometimes I am getting confused with terminology!


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