Cakewalk home studio 2004

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Member Since: Apr 04, 2004

Hello, I am new to the world of home recording, and I was wondering is the home studio 2004 a good program for beginners, and also can I use my mixer to record, and mix my tracks as well as what's on the program???


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Since: Jan 26, 2004

Apr 12, 2004 01:13 pm

Steve - Yes the program is good. If you read more on what the program offers for you, you can than based on your equipment you have at home, decide if the program is what your looking for and if it fits your overall needs. You can record using your mixing board (if thats what your using) directly to the PC via Cakewalk...There are tons of other lil perks (recording bitrate etc...) but those are something you have to figure out on your own cos its your equipment :)

Cheers and have fun...

Since: Apr 03, 2002

Apr 12, 2004 01:19 pm

Cakewalk just released GuitarTracks Pro version 3 last week. I just today recieved a copy at the "HRC Office" (a.k.a. my home studio) for review. Based on what I have looked at so far it appears to be a butt-kickin app as well.

So keep your eyes open for a full review of Guitar Tracks Pro version 3 within the next 2-3 weeks.

I'm Roscoooo P. Coltrane
Since: Apr 12, 2003

Apr 12, 2004 02:20 pm

Hi Steve, I think Home Studio 2004 is an excellent program. I have Home Studio 2004XL. I started out with 2002 version and I've always liked it. It's kind of a modified version of Cakewalks-Sonar. Yes, I think it's great for beginners. Take it easy dude!

Since: Jan 20, 2004

Apr 15, 2004 09:24 am

wrmach. i too use cakewalk home studio 2004 xl. i'm still trying to figure most of it out. i am not too satisfied with the console view. i wish it were more like a mixer where eq'in is easier.

to tell you the truth, i'm still trying to figure out how to eq period. can you help?

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