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Old 03-29-2007, 01:06 AM
memphis81 memphis81 is offline
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Default Recording Simult Instrument Tracks. Is this possible?

I'm running 7.3 M-powered.Is it possible to record more than one Instrument track at the same time? I'm using Reasons 3 as my sound module synced with my MPC 1000, so I have like 8 instrument tracks that I'm trying to record at the same time. I know how to record one Instrument track, I was just wondering is there any way to record more than one instrument track at the same time, instead of recording each track one by one?
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Old 03-29-2007, 02:43 AM
filosofem filosofem is offline
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Default Re: Recording Simult Instrument Tracks. Is this possible?

Hold Shift and Record Arm.

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