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Hi I have been usingSONAR from cakewalk for almost 20 years. I am migrating, but cannot find a DAW with this feature !? .: To record a layer, or overdub on an existing audio track, with audio in it. And same time be able to listen to the previous recorded audio as I record now on top . This as a VERY handy feature, and I am very surprised that no other DAWs have this, I sthis afeature in one fo magix DAWs ?
This to formally request that MAGIX consider formally surveying it's customer base as an input to future products and services. What inspired this request was an email from the dark side (PT's "father" ) that led to this link: https://www.research.net/r/ACA_Vote_2016 Thank you for your consideration. Lindsey Waddell
Does anyone know where I could find a demo project to play around with and see how Samplitude Pro X works? I mean a VIP -- or whatever it's called -- with some audio and midi tracks. I have the 30-day demo installed on my Win 8.1 computer, and it would be easier to explore if I could open an example project to experiment with. I used to use Samplitude 6 years ago, but I've forgotten how to use it. As well, the Pro X user interface seems quite different from the Sam 6 interface. Eons ago, when I first bought Cakewalk, it came with quite a few demo projects, and playing with those helped me learn the program quickly. To learn Samplitude Pro X, even a short 4-bar project would be a great help. Anyone know where I could find some kind of demo project like that? Thanks.
JustCurious posted a topic in English newcomer forumHi everyone. I am interested in buying Samplitude Pro X, but I don't know what hardware is needed. Years ago, I used to use Samplitude 6 with a Pulsar card. I called that a digital i/0 card, but I don't know if that was the right name for it. Anyway, what kind of card is needed these days? Would you call it an audio interface card? I assume a "sound card" would have built-in sounds, which I probably don't need. Anyway, what are the most suitable, dependable cards to consider for Samplitude? I am running Window 7, 64 bit, on a Hewlett Packard Pavilion Elite PC HPE-372f. Here are the specs: Computer specs: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?cc=us&lc=en&docname=c02271779 Mother board: http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?objectID=c02014355 I also have a stereo Apogee ad/da converter. It's old technology, but it should be sufficient for now. I would appreciate any suggestions. Thanks.