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gunnervmusic's picture
Joined: 08/13/2013 - 23:09
First DAW

Well, I'm mainly an alternative rock artist/singer, and this is my first attempt at really using a DAW, I was wondering if anyone could point me to some tutorials about how to use them....I learned the basics but I stick at drum machines...help is appreciated!!!!

Also some gnarly guitar and bass presets would rule!

Rej - Dev
Rej - Dev's picture
Joined: 12/18/2011 - 15:52
Hi, when you say you learned

Hi, when you say you learned the basics, I assume you've watched all the Caustic tutorials already?

Joined: 07/08/2012 - 10:13
Jason's picture
Joined: 03/23/2012 - 21:32
Want to get into a DAW?  Go

Want to get into a DAW?  Go mobile, keep it simple, yet make a big sound...... right here!   Caustic 3 is about to let loose, and it is a monster...

Get ready to be hooked on the Finest Pocket Music WorkStation on the Planet.

You will have many friends here on this forum who would be happy to help you learn and grow, and the Caustic App will get you there very very quickly.  My 8 yr old daughter basically taught herself how to use the original app, and self taught herself Caustic 3 when the first Alpha build came out.

Stay tuned here, you are in good hands.


gunnervmusic's picture
Joined: 08/13/2013 - 23:09
Yes, it's been from my

Yes, it's been from my experience that this program is amazing, the members here have made some really amazing tunes! I've watched all the beginning tutorials, very informative!! I appreciate your help guys! I love the program, I bought the unlock key, (I'm using caustic beta 3), but I don't know much about the synth and modulator, and the vocoder...but I'm sure as I play around I'll learn, and eventually there will be tutorials.

On a side note, thanks for developing this rej! I bought the unlock key, show my appreciation, this app is gonna take my music making to the next level!

caustic replay
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Joined: 02/21/2013 - 10:04


Gunner, I've been writing articles on how to use Caustic; they're aimed at the beginner, and I'd love it if you'd check them out and give them a try.  Let me know what you think too, (preferably in the comments section under the article):  http://www.infobarrel.com/Users/CreativeDesign

Also, regarding the gnarly guitar sound, have a listen to this track I did awhile back, see if it's what your after.  If it is, let me know and I'll show you how to get the same sound.  https://soundcloud.com/caustic_replay/gritty-final-mix