SteveS Posted January 4 Share Posted January 4 I'm working on a number of arrangements for concertina quartet - 2 trebles, baritone and bass. I'm thinking to record these arrangements into my DAW playing all of the parts myself. Does anyone have any tips on how best to work at this - my initial thoughts: record the bass part first, using a metronome for timing accuracy then record the treble 1 part to establish the melody (well mostly melody) then record treble 2 and baritone parts to create the harmony My DAW allows me to play back recorded parts for multi-tracking, as well as parts created in the DAW using a keyboard - so I could potentially playback some or all of my score at the same time as recording a part - something I've not yet tried. Any other thoughts on approach? How have others here approached the subject of recording parts using a DAW? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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