A good MIDI editing program?

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by mattyj2000, Dec 5, 2002.

  1. CyberCat

    CyberCat Active Member

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    I use Cakewalk Pro Audio 9. It's user friendly and VERY powerful. Lots of other programs are fine but I like cakewalk best, I also like the ease of use and many the many powerful editing tools.
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    CyberCat Active Member

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    Cubase is also OKAY but cakewalks better!
    Atlest I think so.
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    RockOn New Member

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    i recommend sonar, i a newbie n im findin it really easy n fun to use!
  5. Maxximillion

    Maxximillion New Member

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    I use Logic Audio :)
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    kruzin2k New Member

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  7. Midi Doc

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    Cubase SX on my main puter
    and my old favourite Magix music studio v2000 deluxe (damn i love that prog) on my stand by puter :cool:
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    sakobaito New Member

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    i yuse cubaise
  9. justas

    justas New Member

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    There used to be MIDI Orchestra. I am not sure if they ever released a full version, tho.
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    I think Cakewalk PA 9 is the best. Not too fussed on Sonar.
  11. icecloud

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    A good Midi making thing would probably be "TabIt" you just put the tabs in and it makes it into a Midi...
  12. jhun1

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    I use midinotate. Ithink i'll try cakewalk : )
  13. hicfly

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    There's a lot of good ones they all cost too much moolah
  14. M.O.T.E.

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    Cakewalk Music Creator 2003 is about one of the best for the money.
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    I use Cakewalk to edit the midi's, but to print sheetmusic, I think Midinotate is very good. Finale is also good for sheetmusic but to work on midi's, definitely Cakewalk (pro audio 9) for me!
  16. trumpetguy

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    search CNET, i'm sure they have some good programs available.
  17. andyg

    andyg New Member

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    midi studio 4.0
  18. curtgadget

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    I use anvil as well, but when I try to shorten a midi file, some of the tracks lose their instrument and then that particular track plays as just piano. Does this make any sense. Kinda new to this so any feedback would be appreciated
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    do these work with wingroove?

    Hey if I get one of these editors is there any of them that can work directly with wingroove?
  20. tonyrome

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    yes...they cost some coin, but most of the main programs do more than just midi. (Logic, Digital Performer, Cubase, Cakewalk, etc...)
    I used Digital Performer, myself...although Logic is amazing for midi (just too gimmicky for me, i guess! :)

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