#1
So I'm entering the world of Recording, and I'm using Adobe Audition 2.0 . I've figured out how to record just one simple track, but what i cant figure out is how to multi-track. What i'm trying to do, is record a guitar part on 1 track, and then record the same guitar part on another track and then layer them over each other. Any help figuring this out is greatly appreciated.
Agile Septor Elite 7-String
ESP H-1007
ESP H-1001
Peavey 5150
Mesa Boogie Cab

Recording Gear -
PreSonus FireStudio Interface
CX5 Studio Monitors
#3
that was a very intelligent post. thank you so much.


My avatar is just a joke, so thats, that.

Can anyone actually give me some help
Agile Septor Elite 7-String
ESP H-1007
ESP H-1001
Peavey 5150
Mesa Boogie Cab

Recording Gear -
PreSonus FireStudio Interface
CX5 Studio Monitors
#4
well just select the second track to record and deselect the first one u've done and then go at it like a pair of bunnies
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#5
I copy my first track and paste into another track. So then I have two, then I set the 2nd track a tiny bit ahead so it sounds very layered.
#6
^^that's cheating...but it works

I would do a natural layer if I were you...pursue performing another track

I use Cakewalk, unlimited audio tracks, so I have no idea how to do it in Adobe...