I need articles for a home recording website I'm publishing next month. You don't need to have the writing skills of an english teacher; grammar and spelling are fairly unimportant to me. (I'll be editing each article anyway, and I'll fix grammatical errors.) _If you are familiar with only one of the software programs listed, feel free to bid anyway._ Be precise about what program(s) you are bidding to write about. I may not find any one bidder who is familiar with all of the programs, so I may need to split up the workload.
Here is the list of article topics:
1. A Cakewalk home recording studio: A-Z of what Cakewalk software offers and how to utilize its full potential
2. Cakewalk Pyro: an in-depth tutorial of this software program
3. Cakewalk Music Creator Pro: same as #2 instructions
4. Pro Tools LE: A-Z of what Pro Tools software offers and how to utilize its full potential
5. Pro Tools tutorial: how to setup and use Pro Tools LE interfaces- the Mbox, Digi002 (rack version and mixer version.)
6. Cubase SE: A-Z of what Cubase SE sotware offers, tutorials on setup, and how to use the program effectively
7. Cubase SX: same as #6 instructions but for SX version
8. Cubase SL3: same as #6 instructions but for SL3 version
9. Sony Acid: same as #6 instructions but for Sony Acid
10. Free recording software: an article devoted to free recording software and free trials of recording software. Compare and contrast what each program offers.
1) ALL MATERIAL MUST BE 100% ORIGINAL. Absolutely no cut and paste.
2) Each article must have a minimum of 600 words, and should be written in WordPad. I will give you a list of keywords to use for the articles and instructions on how to use them within your writing; you have to follow these instructions.
3) Remember: these articles will be read by people using PCs and Macs. Write each article accordingly.
4) Even though spelling and grammar are not a priority to me, the articles need to be clearly articulated so that I'll know the exact meaning behind your wording.
5) All deliverables will be considered "work made for hire" under U.S. Copyright law. I will receive exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased.
6) _All articles must be completed within 12 days_ of bid acceptance
7) _If you are bidding to write about only 1 or 2 of the software programs listed, the following applies only to you:_
a) In addition to #1-#5, all articles must be completed within 8 days of bid acceptance