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This tutorial will show you a quick way to set up a multi-track audio recording session using 16 mono inputs. For this to work you will need an audio interface with 16 mono inputs. You can adapt this method based on how many available inputs you have on your audio interface.This tutorial should work with all versions of Samplitude and Sequoia.

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This is a tutorial to help those who are unfamiliar with using MIDI and virtual instruments. It basically shows you 3 different ways to insert VSTi plug-ins and choose the presets. Plus some troubleshooting tips in case you can't hear what you're playing.

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Thanks for your great videos.  They are wonderful.  

I see that you have arranged basic videos under the" Samplitude Basics" heading, however, they appear to be 10 years old.  Would they still apply to more current versions (like X4 Pro)?   I began viewing them but the screens and menus were quite different. Your more recent videos are way over my head.   Would you recommend a complete beginner stick with them, or is there any sequence of videos you'd recommend?

Thank you,

Dennis

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Hi Dennis,

A lot of the information in these videos is still relevant today but obviously some things have changed. Yes the menus are different because they were changed from V13 (Prox2) onwards . You can revert to the original menus if you follow your instructions on the video I made just now. I would like to update them but it would be a massive job. Maybe I can use the original voice-overs and just redo the video which should be less problem but I will look into it. Here's the video:

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