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Default Craig Anderton: Build a Better Backing Track

If anybody is interested in some "howto" information about Total Studio 2 MAX, author/musician Craig Anderton posted a great piece on how to Build a Better Backing Track using Total Studio 2 MAX (and you can even follow these tips using the free versions of our flagship software products, too, for a good head start).
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