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Old 05-08-2005, 11:11 PM
rocknrollcowboy rocknrollcowboy is offline
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Default Seperating songs in one session?

This might be a loaded question but i consider it to be a good one. Let's say that I have four songs recorded and I would like to have them on one session. How would a fellow go about doing that so that when he bounces to disk he has four different tracks. I understand how to run four songs in one session, I just don't know how to seperate the tracks. Let's also say that I would like to run two of the songs together with a loop and a pad. How would a guy do that with maitaining the different track numbers?

Let me know if this is confusing or clear!


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