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  1. Not Sure if this is the right place. Not even sure if this is what I should ask. I have seen all these tutorials for making future funk for other DAWs but not cakewalk. I tried to follow those instructions and it just got too confusing due to not knowing my way around CW and its add ons/plugins ect. It seems simple but it isnt when you are a beginner. I figured I have to learn the basics anyways. Bht it would have been really helpful if there was a cw tutorial for this genre. Can someone point me in the right direction please? Thanks in advance!
  2. Hi Guys! I'm quite new to the world of music composing but since I enjoy listening to cinematic music so much I decided to give a go to this contest. I'd really appreciate your honest oppinion and some guidance on how to improve both in composing and mixing/mastering since this is pretty much a learning experience for me :) Thanks, and I hope you enjoy it! https://youtu.be/7sOBwLjVM8o
  3. Hey guys, I've just uploaded a new video on reverb. It covers a lot of ground, from beginner - how to use it, what do all these knobs and dials do - to discussing how reverb is used creatively in a mix. Check it out. P.S. this tutorial is done in Studio One, but the ideas and principles apply within cakewalk as well.
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