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Re: Recording Programs?
Yeah, lots of motor muscle memory on how to do it in acid that's gotta
be unlearned as I move over to Ableton... I'm used to chopping up drum
parts down at the 64th-128th note level to remake new percussion
parts, and acid made that _somewhat_ painfree.. we'll see after a
month or two with ableton if I can get to the same place...
On 6/25/07, Per Boysen <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 25 jun 2007, at 18.52, miles ward wrote:
> > I'm a convert, from Sony Acid 3-6, to Ableton Live! 6. Used protools
> > for mastering after track mixing/composition/dorkery on either setup.
> > Haven't gotten good at doing the manual slices like I used to do in
> > Acid in Live, anyone doing that?
> It should be easier in the arrange window than in the session window,
> from what I have heard (I always move stuff into Logic for manual
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
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