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Advice on getting started as an online co-composer ? #2326839 08/02/11 05:26 PM
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I'm an experienced, older musician with some experience at recording but virtually none with modern softeware-based methods and none at data transfers.

I plan to eventually develop a system with high quality audio but as a beginner what are some simple and inexpensive ways to get started both recording myself and exchanging material with others ?

Re: Advice on getting started as an online co-composer ? [Re: george costanza] #2327507 08/04/11 06:59 PM
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I'm an intern at notethrower.com, an online collaboration/licensing site a few weeks away from upgrading from it's beta version. It definitely sounds like something that could benefit you.

Re: Advice on getting started as an online co-composer ? [Re: george costanza] #2451370 11/20/12 11:07 AM
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Originally Posted By: george costanza
I'm an experienced, older musician with some experience at recording but virtually none with modern softeware-based methods and none at data transfers.


You answered your own question there, so get started with that. You also need a website and web presence!


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Re: Advice on getting started as an online co-composer ? [Re: Beat Poet] #2465092 01/24/13 02:01 PM
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To get started both recording myself is the best,user friendly feature.Thanks for info.


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