Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by churchie11, Oct 17, 2004.
What software do people use to author original MIDI tunes?
I'm a fan of cakewalk m'self.... but you'll find this answered in the "software" forum several times and probably get some good information if you're researching!
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cakewalk takes a little getting used to, but its the easiest and fastest way that ive found to make midis
Personally I prefer Noteworthy Composer, it's simple to input music and has lots of features for a good price.
I use Cubase But beed to try some others.
i use midibuddy!
its really fast and easy and works well!!
sometimes a bit frustrating.
Is there any demos we can try out first does anyone know??????
Most of the major music software houses supply time and/or feature limited versions of their software. Just download some of these and try them out for yourself.
I would highly recommend Cakewalk Pro Audio 9, this is a *very* powerful MIDI/Audio sequncing program which I have used for years, and I love it.
The only problem is that you can only buy it on places like ebay as Cakewalk doesn't sell Pro Auio 9 any more.
There is a free midi making program called Anvil Studio. It's far from the best, but hey, its free
Free is actually a very important factor.
This is a great way to start sequencing with the free stuff than if you enjoy it, you can buy something better.
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