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Old 12-30-2003, 06:20 PM
powerjoe powerjoe is offline
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Default Duplicate?

Hey Kids,

I am looking at information on the "Duplicate" feature in my 6.1.1 audiosuite and wondered what the best use of this tool would be in your opinions.

I was hoping to use it to effectively duplicate an acoustic guitar track so it sounded like more than on axe playing the same thing.

What do you think?

~ More money, more problems...
Joel DuBay
Ready Acoustics LLC
Bass Traps and Acoustic Panels
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Old 12-30-2003, 06:28 PM
Matt Whritenour Matt Whritenour is offline
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Default Re: Duplicate?

select the track u want to duplicate then go

file/ duplicate selected tracks

ur gonna want to put a delay on one of the guitars
or its gonna be exxactly the same as the origional
you may also want to slighty EQ them differntly
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