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Discussion in 'Computers' started by davenn, Jul 26, 2002.

  1. davenn

    davenn New Member

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    got to be the best writing software
  2. Darkflame

    Darkflame New Member

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    Know of any other program smaller that can crop just a section?..no editing needed here, I just want to snip out a chorus and save that as a seperate midi. :)
  3. rabe

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    wich version of cakewals works with WinXP? - Ver9. does not
  4. theARTiSAN

    theARTiSAN Administrator Staff Member Super Mod

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    rabe: I thought v9 did work w/ XP... Maybe 9.03 will.

    Darkflame: dunno - I don't usually work with MIDIs that way...
    I would like to know if there is a way though, because I chopped the chorus out of Hero (Chad Kroeger) for §ereña, and it took me forever to edit (every single ****ing) track before and after the chorus...?

    davenn: I would probably agree... I've been using Cakewalk Pro for awhile now, and I do like it a lot. I also use Sonar (great stuff).
    I also have Reason, Finale and about a half dozen others that I have (honestly) not given a fair shake to... Some day I will, and I'll repost my opinions again ;)
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    rabe: I use sonar with WinXP - sonar is pretty much cakewalk's new name.
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    Sonar 2 is the newest with all the newest changes -the name change did cause us to wonder when ver 10 was to be released...

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