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Best Way to perform live as a solo new
      #677520 - 12/11/08 04:18 PM
I am trying to use my Macbookpro to perform solo. I want to pre arrange sets of original pre recorded material and perform vocals and guitar live.

Can I do this with logic? Ableton?

Any suggestion would be a big help I'm new to this.

4GB 17" MacBookPro,Logic Studio,MOTU Traveller

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Re: Best Way to perform live as a solo [Re: RBanks]
      #677595 - 12/11/08 06:47 PM
If you simply want to play backing tracks, then you could just use iTunes. If you want to manipulate material in any way while it's playing back, Live would be best.

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