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  1. Question Feeling overwhelmed with how to make a session... Specific details below

    I am not even sure if this can be done! I'd like to take some Grateful Dead songs, add binaural beats (Schumann Frequency, some others) and add the lights (which I think may be called VST, I downloaded Audacity).

    Anyway, I don't mind doing work but even my Google Ninja Skills couldn't find anything!

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    Default Re: Feeling overwhelmed with how to make a session... Specific details below

    Creating a Session is a pretty advanced topic, but if you are determined and patient, you can of course succeed! There aren't really many tutorials, and the ones there are typically deal with the now defunct TC MWS or NP3 software. I would love someone to create some new tutorials using the free plugins available here!

    But, I think the simplest way to get what you want, however, would be to grab a BB KBS session and mix in the Dead songs over top, using the AUX or USB input.
    -Andy.

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