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Guide to recording Mixes onto ur PC.

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  1. Sleepy

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    Guide to recording Mixes onto ur PC.

    Excellent guide for anyone interested in recording mixes onto their pc, track stamping mixes etc.....

    Created by our very own Juski - top work fella :up:

    Here it is!


    LINK UPDATED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Geeks
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    Re: Re: Guide to recording Mixes onto ur PC.

    Nps! :up:

    Always plenty of ppl asking so may as well make it easy for em to find :D
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    Good work Juski.

    But you REALLY need to get out more. :wink:
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    :up:

    lol, well written tho mate!
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    Its sayin page cannot be found :(
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    Where can this be found now?
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    Some may find this alternative handy for track splitting - I use Wave Repair to open the full recording and drop track cue points where appropriate, then write a cue sheet which means I can upload the full length mix to the net and bundle the cue sheet with it for those that want to burn a cd

    It also has some basic graphic eq facilities. nothing special, but it does a good job
    http://www.delback.co.uk/wavrep/features.shtml

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