Implementation of New Digital Audio Workstation - Fl Studio

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Progress Report with working outline/rough draft

For Margaret Sledziewski,
Supervisor

Prepared by: Bilal Zaheer

Researcher

Submitted:
November 2, 2007
Steamline Production

To: Margaret Sledziewski
From: Bilal
Date: November 1, 2007
Re: Progress report Implementation of new digital audio workstation - FL Studio

On October 19, 2007, I proposed an Implementation of new digital audio workstation - FL Studio. After your approval of my project, we have encountered a couple problems but other than that everything is going well and all the work will be done by November 19, 2007. This memo reports the progress report, the problem we have encountered and the conclusions.

Background
As you know, FL Studio is a digital audio workstation which can record, mix, create, and edit sounds. It has a sequencer that makes it possible to create beats from patterns, which is the foundation of any track. The program currently used by the firm is fairly complicated and hard to use. This results in poor production. By using FL studio, we can create exact tracks which we intend to make. In my research I found that our competition has increased. Other similar companies have also upgraded their software to assist them in meeting their clients’ demands. I however, found out that none of them are using this software. This software is very helpful for our music industry and can give us an upper hand against our competitors.

Project Progress 1. What we have researched is our customer satisfaction; we have found a way to compete with other companies and have so far succeeded in our process. 2. With many meetings we have gathered information and have made some changes to FL Studios. 3. We worked as a team to implement the new digital audio workstation and are satisfied with the work done. Work in…...

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