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I was recently scavenging through Cakewalk's web site and came across this „funky“ tech tip. I loved it so much that I thought it worth while to share this tip with readers. Enjoy!
The Session Drummer was designed to quickly generate drum parts for practicing, composing, or just playing. But a SONAR owner named Eric S. told us he uses Session Drummer to manage his guitar, piano and bass tracks as well. We knew you'd be interested in his methods, so we present the following tech tip written by the Bloodhound, Eric S.
Have you ever wanted a SONAR plug-in that allows you to store and catalog your favorite MIDI parts? Using Session Drummer allows you to create backup bass tracks, piano tracks or anything you like. In this example I'll use Session Drummer to create acoustic guitar tracks…
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