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a fundamental difference between cakewalk and other daws is how the program handles recording and audio clips. like other programs, cakewalk has punch in/out and overwrite modes. but it handles multiple takes in a unique way.
cakewalk has a bunch of other features, such as the ability to import song elements and songs from other daws, and create midi clips. one of cakewalk’s more useful features is the ability to crossfade between multiple clips.
you can import audio files and a midi track from other programs like cakewalk or from the sample library. once imported, the imported clips and audio and midi clips can be played back simultaneously. this is most useful for overdubbing a whole new section of a song.
you can also import audio files and a midi track from other programs like cakewalk or from the sample library. once imported, the imported clips and audio and midi clips can be played back simultaneously. this is most useful for overdubbing a whole new section of a song.
when it comes to audio editing, cakewalk is a complete package. it has many of the same functions of other daws, but they are delivered in an easily usable and visual interface. to start a clip, you click on the + button, and it automatically creates a new track. the only difference is that the other daws allow you to insert audio, and cakewalk doesn’t. you can use the drop-down menu to select from the different audio sources. if you have multiple audio sources, you can drag audio clips directly to the tracks.