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    Home Studio 2002 Tutorial

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    I'm the type of person that always learns by doing...as stubborn as that may be sometimes! But with Cakewalk HS2002, I am complately baffled.....too complex for me. What do you all think of the tutorials? Are they helpful? All I really want to do is lay down multi tracks of guitars.

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    Cool

    I've said it before but I say it again:

    Read the help file! (Help > Help topics)

    It starts out with the basics, then moves on gradually. I would start from the top if I were you, but you can go straight to Tuturial 3: Recording digital audio if you like (but don't complain if you understand it)

    Just control yourself, print a few pages, leave your computer, sit on the couch and read it carefully.

    The tutorials in the helpfile are NOT difficult.
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    Yes, the tutorials are helpful. I too am a beginner with HS 2002, not to mention computer recording on my own. The tutorials helped get me started. But computer recording definitely takes time before you can actually start laying tracks down just the way you want. I've stumbled onto several problems but have gotten plenty of help in getting them solved right here at this message board...

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