All right, so say to the best guitarist in the world to play a concert with a bad guitar.aquataur wrote:Having that said, it springs to mind what Jerry Byrd, steel guitarist par excellence, once said: "If you can play, it does not matter what instrument you have. If you can´t play, it does not matter, what instrument you have".-helmut
Yes, of course. But I don't want to buy a total version again. I just need a good set of drums.trevlyns wrote:Here's a comparison chart - maybe consider an upgrade?
I hope so.trevlyns wrote:You won't be dissapointed - this is fantastic software
evrardo wrote:What Jerry Byrd says is true, but don't mix the playing and the working.
evrardo wrote:And I hoped Mixcraft was one of the best. I feel disapointed now.
Hi Trevlyns,trevlyns wrote:Hi!
You don't have to buy again... there is an upgrade fee
Hi Vibrant, yes, I did it before, but I need to make beats with instruments and to be very accurate.Vibrant Audio wrote:Hi evrardo,
You can render the patterns and sequences from Beatcraft into audio files. Then, drop those audio files into Mixcraft.
Unfortunately, you cannot use Beatcraft in Mixcraft directly as a Virtual Instrument.
Ah yes, really interesting.mbliss wrote:There's also some discussion and tips in this thread that you may find useful-
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