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Originally posted by mtnshredder
Looking for something a bit more user friendly than Cubase LE4
Originally posted by sixswornsermon
reply to post by mtnshredder
edit on 3-1-2011 by sixswornsermon because: addition to original policy.
Originally posted by rufusthestuntbum
reply to post by mayabong
I know a lot of live performers use albeton - the thing is it's after investing a LOT of time into cubase, I'm not really willing to put that much of a slice of my life into something else. I'm not a student anymore, and I honestly wouldn't have the time to start again.
In terms of remixing, whenever I'm commissioned to remix a track, I normally go for the take an acapella and build from the ground up route, and find it educational to brief a part that I like, for cannon fodder for my own work to be honest.
The next step from any daw is protools, and I'd like to go for that next, but I've made a "mastering engine" based around a blank project to pull in track bounces and the izotope ozone over a few groups, so there's no urgency for that either.