Cakewalk

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by alant, Nov 23, 2002.

  1. alant

    alant New Member

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    I use cakewalk but keep finding the word "cubase" on the site. can anybody summarise the fundamental differences between the two programs. I would love to create midi's myself but lack a starting point.
  2. mhuang

    mhuang New Member

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    if you're only comparing the 2 programs for their midi abilities, both programs are about the same, but cakewalk is more user friendly IMHO.
  3. Velvets_Angel

    Velvets_Angel New Member

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    I agree with mhuang
  4. renstar

    renstar New Member

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    Cakewalk is the primary version. Cubase is for more proffessional use
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    darrensw New Member

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    I actually use both, cake for easy midi editing and then into cubase for the full audio side of the track.

    Darren
  6. Stilcrazy

    Stilcrazy Just a Regular Midi Guy

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    I have never used Cubase ... of which there are many forms Cubasic etc ... but Cakewalk does have some audio capabilities too ..
  7. kcsbos

    kcsbos New Member

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    I've been using Sonar (cakewalk) for a while now. I haven't found anything that Cubase does better yet.
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    Cubase is too difficult, but have some exciting futures

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