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Oracle control file

Oracle control file: binary file start of instance, file is checked database has 1 control file each modifiable only by oracle editing prohibited, even by DBA Keeps track of: datafile names and locations redo log names and locations table-space information name of database time-stamp of database creation Usage: on start Read more…

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Protools 9

Protools 9 is out the best features: its not tied to digidesing hardware any more! this means that you can install it on your laptop and do editing without humphing your desk about! it also has automatic delay compensation and multi track beat detective. all in all its like having Read more…

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Protools 8

Well, ive been looking into protools 8 there are a few cool features – things that cubase and others have had for a long time, but that make protools at least able to compete now =) the score editor looks nice – play your midi into protools as usual, and Read more…

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Mastering tracks

Mastering tracks – Ok, so the hard part is done. you’ve written, demoed, practiced, arranged in countless different ways, recorded, re-recorded, mixed, re-mixed and finally scrapped and done all that again, you have a handfull of songs. your not happy with them (noone ever is). now the hard part starts. Read more…

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Abelton tutorial number 6 – using reason inside abelton

if your like me, then you love using abelton, but you also love making drum beats with reason.
you can use your reason drumbeats (and anything else you have) inside abelton.

its an easy process once you know how to do it, and you can save the setup as a template, so that when you open abelton its already wired for use with reason.

so fire up abelton and lets get going.

basically im going to show you with pictures how to :
1) create new audiotracks
2) set the input to reason
3) wire up reason so that the individual drum sounds have a channel inside abelton
4) save the setup as a template
5) record the drums from reason inside abelton

so, on with part 1

make a few audio tracks (ctrl+t)