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Should I get cakewalk?

Postby redskinsfan360 » Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:31 pm

I am looking at either Cakewalk Home Studio or Cakewalk Home Studio XL

I play the guitar, mandolin, piano, and ukelele. I want to be able to record these and then put them together to make a song. Can I do this and then create say a drum track to go along with it?

I want to get a Lexicon Alpha Preamp to record into the software on my new HP laptop at college. Will this work?

With this can I play my acoustic guitar and make it sound like an electric or avoustic bass? Or play my electric and make it sound like a bass?

Thanks so much! Sorry for all the questions.
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Should I get cakewalk

Postby RomalaG.Mot » Wed Apr 05, 2017 5:37 pm

ive heard bad things and good things about this game, should i go for it or not?
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Test, just a test

Postby magicheskykoldun » Sat Apr 28, 2018 11:52 am

Hello. And Bye.

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