#1
I'm looking for a device which will i can create a track on and then put into a multitrack recorder thing

I can only seem to find programs with google

Thanks
#2
try like an mp3 player that can record something
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#3
FruityLoops if you're on a PC, Hydrogen if you're on a pre-Leopard Mac.
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#4
If i made a drum track in fruity loops would it be transferable to a multitracker
#5
If you have a cable to run from the headphone out on your computer into one of the inputs on you multitracker. You might need a 1/4" adapter that you can plug in to the recorder, but it's no more than $10 worth of cables/adapters at radio shack.
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#8
^^ some people don't know any drummers, and some people straight up prefer drum machine tracks, especially if they're writing some kind of synth/pop/techno/or (gasp) rap MUSIC with the beats.

and

^ what? nvm googled it...
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