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Posted On: Jul. 20 2010, 10:55 AM

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Thanks Tony! Got That To Work! The Only Question I Have Now Is How Do I Insert My Sequenced Product Into The Song???
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Skip to the previous post in this topic. Posted On: Jul. 22 2010, 11:57 PM

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"sequenced product"? Would this be a MIDI or WAVE file?
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Hello TonyR I gotta say many thanks for this very informative tutorial on n-Track Drums but I have seen a video which I believe was narrated by HotDogWater that says it should be channel 16 that is assigned (you have said it should be channel 10). Am I misunderstanding what HotDogWater meant? Here is the video in question --> n-Track Drums Tutorial by HotDogWater[/URL]
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Same question as Akua, channel 10 vs. channel 16?
That video; n-track drums part one by HotDog Water got me started but he apperently has never followed up with part two.
I had success creating a drum track, and using it in a song.  But I'm stuck in that I have not yet learned how to go back and edit the drum track.
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