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Surfing_Sam_61 wrote:

Thanks guy's ...yeah I will have to look at this more.

Yeah I'm buried alive in music related manuals right now like most of you probably are too as well. It's hard to remember all this stuff as well being the limited time we all have to fool around with it (Do we ever have enough time?). I'm just trying to ramp-up my grasp of all this stuff and be more efficient at it.

I did see where song writers in Nashville use this type of DAW programs and even share files back and forth with co-writers. There are hundreds of song writers doing that now.

Sharing stems from your DAW is just a part of the modern workflow of recording.

Yeah I think that's cool how you can do that and even just importing drum tracks or whatever.

I have a ton of recording stuff but been real lazy using any of it - In fact I use my hand held Tascam DR-05 digital recorder more just for ideas or remember stuff - that helped me a lot as a novice song writer etc.

If you look at all this stuff like just another tool to create ideas for songs you can't go wrong in my mind.

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