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  1. What an amazing learning experience! From production to recording techniques, to mixing in the best free DAW on the planet, everyone can learn something from this!
  2. Track templates in Cakewalk by BandLab can be huge timesavers! Today, X.E.L. Ohh covers the bases on utilizing these awesome tools for beatmaking, however they can be used for any genre of music. https://youtu.be/jGfshA83KuI
  3. Step Recording in Cakewalk by Bandlab can be a great way to lay down tracks if you’re not keyboard savvy. Step recording is a method of recording MIDI notes one note or chord at a time. It’s a very easy and precise way to record, but can sound mechanical if used in the wrong situation. You use step recording in its typical form by choosing a step size, such as a quarter note, and then playing a note on your MIDI keyboard. Here’s some shortcuts to help: http://bit.ly/Step_Record_Shortcuts
  4. Hope this discussion can help others as well. So as a student with only 1 source of funds (my parents), they'll only give me as much as Php8000 (~ $160 US) which is already enough to get me EITHER an Audio Interface OR a 49-Key MIDI Keyboard. I'm mainly a guitar player. I do have a band but due to the pandemic, we rarely get to compose songs as a band. My band and I mainly play acoustic, ballads, pop, and rock. So which should I get first?
  5. I did one of these back in 2012 ans recently updated it last year. So, here is my 2.0 version.
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