• 2 GB of content from Digital Sound Factory, Groove Monkee, Smart Loops, and Sonic Reality give you a lot to work with. These are loops that you can use to create your own original compositions, or in conjunction with your own vocals or guitar work.
• Cakewalk Publisher and Burner allows you to share your music with friends, family, and friends online.
Guitar Tracks Pro 4 USB was really easy to set up and use. It took me just a little bit to get the audio interface to be recognized by the software, but I found it was a conflict in a driver I had on my computer. As sometimes happens when working with lots of stuff hanging off your system as I do, you might have to tweak things.
The applications were a breeze to use. I have worked with several Digital Audio Workstations in the past and so was able to start off right away, but I have always found the Cakewalk interfaces to be pretty intuitive and easy to understand.
What I really liked about Guitar Tracks Pro 4 was having everything right here. I like being able to jump in throw something together quickly and have it working. Later, late at night when everyone was a sleep, I put together some bass loops and drum loops, put on some headphones and just started jamming. For that use alone, it is way worth the price of admission.
If you are looking for the ability to record your guitar, bass, or vocal, if you want to mix your own music, or if you want to throw tracks together so that you can practice your freestyle licks, or any combination of the above, then I very highly recommend Guitar Tracks Pro 4.