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    This game is stressful

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    I went from software to hardware.
    When i had software i was stressed cause i cold never get anything to recognize anything.
    Now i feel like the walls are closing in cause i got so much hardware. and all these damn wires suck. plus, learning multitrack recorders are no fun to learn. and sample time in samplers are a BIATTTTTTTCH.
    im stressed like a muh fukca.
    anyone got any words of wisdom for me?

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    Take a week off. And 'enjoy' music.

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    Lol Im learning how to use this ASR-10 i just got. Its a challenge but i love it man, I love the Challenge.
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    go back?
    so you can read, hah?
    "sigs suck!" (Sig Sauer)

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    It'll be worth it when you're making music you enjoy listening to. And profiting from.

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    I think I'm the only producer to go from hardware to software(this is the reasons why. I think people get the impression that because software is cheaper and more accessable it's not doing the same as hardware. But in the end, ease over effort doesn't make you any less of a computer.

    My main suggestion would be ditch that Multitrack for Pro Tools or Cubase, ect. If you learn to use both Hardware and software together, you'll get the most out of both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deRaNged 4 Phuk'dup
    My main suggestion would be ditch that Multitrack for Pro Tools or Cubase, ect. If you learn to use both Hardware and software together, you'll get the most out of both.
    Agreed!

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    i used to use cubase.. and could never get it to recognize anything.. i actually ended up kicking my computer over and breaking it over cubase.. i got a short fuse i guess o _ 0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adversary
    I went from software to hardware.
    When i had software i was stressed cause i cold never get anything to recognize anything.
    Now i feel like the walls are closing in cause i got so much hardware. and all these damn wires suck. plus, learning multitrack recorders are no fun to learn. and sample time in samplers are a BIATTTTTTTCH.
    im stressed like a muh fukca.
    anyone got any words of wisdom for me?

    lol, you didn't contact Steinberg for help, I'm sure it could have been something small...

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    on the real your situation is not stressful at all lol.I mean When you got managers of rappers telling you that you hot but the artist doesn't know what kind of track they want and you jumpi through loops to get a good deal then u can talk about stressful

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