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ellie o'beirne

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  1. Thank you SO much! You have no idea how helpful this is. I will definitely use your tips as I try to improve, thank you for your specific advice!!!
  2. Thank you! I'll definitely try this and do my best to improve my MIDI skills, haha.
  3. HAHA yeah, I tend to jump the gun and overachieve sometimes. But thank you! I will do my best to start small and build my way up, what you said was very encouraging :)
  4. Hello! I am still very new to Cakewalk and just music producing in general, so forgive me if this question is dumb, etc. I've always loved music but recently I've been really into experimenting with music production and just figuring out what I can do from home. I'm working on a project right now where I want to make my own cover of a song, but first I really want to work on making my own instrumental for the song from scratch instead of editing out the vocals from the original track, although I'd like my finished product to sound as close to the song's original instrumental as possible. So in short, I was just wondering if anyone had any tips for making a brand new instrumental to match the instrumentals of an already preexisting song! For example; what instruments am I hearing in the song and how do I find the correct ones to use in my instrumental, how do I give the instrumental a more "full" ambiance and the same atmosphere as the original, what sound FX are being used, etc. Again, sorry that this is such a broad, open-ended and newby question, but I just thought it would be helpful to get a dump of advice from various people so that I can improve! Especially since I don't know anyone around home that could really help me with this. Thanks in advance!
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