nozzmoking wrote:Thanks for the info Bullis1 - it's much appreciated!
No prob my man.
I used Cubase SX3 in university and found it tough to go back to Atari Cubase. However, I can't afford SX3 nor do I have a machine that can run it so I made do with my Atari and assorted MIDI/mixing hardware. You can acheive the same results with a little more challenge.