[Doggiebox] a new song- sort of complete

Mike Carlyle mcarlyle at charter.net
Fri Mar 18 18:43:45 EST 2005

Deck has been ousted by Cubase LE, which came with my US-122. I had  
used it before, but only as a guest in other environments. I've never  
had it for my very own before. I like it. Specifically, I like the 24  
bit capability, which Deck does have.

There are other things I like about Cubase. It's just more feature  
packed and flexible. Some say it's a steep learning curve to go from  
Deck to Cubase, but it's not all that different. Just don't be afraid  
to poke around the menus to see what you can do.

Come Alive was recorded with Cubase at 24 bit. The version I posted is  
"pre master". I don't really know how to master, but I am aware of the  
concept. I plan to investigate Cubase's mastering tools someday.

On Mar 18, 2005, at 6:17 AM, Carl Edlund Anderson wrote:

> On 13-Mar-2005 20:45, Mike Carlyle wrote:
>> I had posted this before, but at the time it had no vocals and was  
>> fairly bare bones. This is an all new version using my new gear (MXL  
>> 990 mic, M-Audio monitors, Tascam US-122 interface, Fender Pro  
>> Junior... the list goes on.
> Out of (further) curiosity, you mentioned previously that you've used  
> both Cubase and Deck -- with which did you record "Come Alive"?
> Cheers,
> Carl
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> Carl Edlund Anderson
> http://www.carlaz.com/
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Mike Carlyle
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