Cakewalk includes a set of templates you can use to create a new project. These templates include common types of ensembles, such as rock quartets, jazz trios, and classical full orchestras. When you create a new project using one of these templates, Cakewalk creates a project that has MIDI settings predefined so that one track is set up for each of the instruments in the ensemble. Cakewalk also includes a template with two MIDI and two audio tracks (called the Normal template). If you are creating a new project that will contain only audio material, use the Audio Only template. If you are creating a new project that will contain only MIDI material, use the MIDI Only template.You can create your own template files and use them as the basis for other new projects. For more information, see Templates.
1. Choose File > New to display the New Project File dialog box.Figure 3511. The New Project File dialog box.
4. Click OK.
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