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How to use Articulation Maps and Key Switches

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In this tutorial I cover Articulation maps and key switches in Cakewalk tried to cover all that I could to help you guys out... come check it out ... Dont forget to Subscribe, like and hit that bell notification Lets go.. 


 

 

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Great tutorial and nice presentation - recommended along with Mike's Creative Sauce one posted earlier

Edit - he has also provided articulation maps for BBCSO Discover available to download in the comments below the video on You Tube 🙂 

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Very nice video.  Your voice sounds different in this one; sounds good.  Thanks for adjusting the balance between your voice and the incidental music.

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14 hours ago, Jim Fogle said:

Very nice video.  Your voice sounds different in this one; sounds good.  Thanks for adjusting the balance between your voice and the incidental music.

Thanks for the comment on that it helped... 😄👍

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4 hours ago, Frank De Baere said:

This tutorial was rely helpful.

I tried it out as far as I succeeded in this score

This is pretty good.. Im glad I could help..😄👍

What vst are you using to make this🤔?

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I Use Chris Hein Solo Strings. You can do almost every thing wit that library.

 

See this link, This is a reproduction of a live performance by Naomi Binder with the samples made by Przemyslaw Kopczyk. Originality the are made in Cubase, but I do The same in Cakewalk!

 

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