#1
Does anyone have Steinberg Cubase LE?

It came with my Alesis Multimix Firewire 8 Mixer and I think its very hard to learn how to use.

Does anyone here have it?
#3
yea, you'll need to just monkey with it and make sure to actually read the instructions and use the help feature. you'll just have to mess with it for a while but when you get used to it it's great.
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#4
It has the steepest learning curve i've ever seen. its like trying to learn chinese compared to Adobe Audition. it is, however, probably 20 times better. I got it with my Zoom, seems like a popular bundle.
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#5
you should try learning how to use the producer edition but seriously, pro studios use Cubase and I like it better than protools, but not as much as Sonar. Its worth learning how to use. Do you have any specific questions, i havent used it in awhile but ill try to answer what i can.
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#6
Ya, once its recorded how do I convert it to another file format like MP3 or something?