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Old 04-27-2001, 07:00 PM
untitled1 untitled1 is offline
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Hi, my name is Jun Hong who live in atlanta and send e-mail to u a few dats ago. My music has been done mostly in MIDI files.I had a couple questions.
(1) I imported my MIDI files from Cakewalk to Pro Tools LE. How do I convert midi file to audio file?
(2) how can i add effects on each track in Pro Tools LE?
(3) What is the insert and send? Is it used for effects?
(4)can i or should i use each aux input and plugin per track? if so, how??
Please e-mail me... i have posted this topic in user conference, but i have not gotten any help.
Also, if you think there is other important information that I need to know in order to work with Digi001 and Pro Tools LE, please let me know. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
-Jun Hong

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Old 04-29-2001, 08:54 AM
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Default Re: help~please

Jun Hong,

You are asking about some very general things that can be answered by reading the manual.
The DUC is not here so that you don't have to read the manual, it's here so that you can get some help if you've already read the manual and still have questions.
My advice is to read your manual and then post again if there are still things that you don't understand.
Showing alittle effort really goes a long way at the DUC.

Regards,
Marc
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Old 04-29-2001, 11:07 AM
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Also, try reading the FAQ section for both MAC and PC for PTLE and 001.
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