A music magazine advises users of a digital audio workstation (DAW) that they can simply fall back onto existing programs used by the software system Live developed by Ableton. The author warns that the product that sounds trite and not original. The author gives some tips on how to avoid this problem. One tip is to set up a good sounding template, perhaps using an existing project. Then one could add a few tweaks and save this as a default file.
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