Creating MIDI tunes - software??

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  1. churchie11

    churchie11 New Member

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    What software do people use to author original MIDI tunes?
  2. jeaniesing

    jeaniesing Super Moderator Staff Member Super Mod

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    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!
  3. Nyxan

    Nyxan It wont hurt for long Staff Member Moderator

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    chants....trust the turnip....trust the turnip....trust the turnip....trust the turnip....trust the turnip....trust the turnip
  4. lyletillman

    lyletillman New Member

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    cakewalk takes a little getting used to, but its the easiest and fastest way that ive found to make midis
  5. david2436

    david2436 New Member

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    Personally I prefer Noteworthy Composer, it's simple to input music and has lots of features for a good price.
    Last edited: Oct 21, 2004
  6. EdB

    EdB New Member

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    I use Cubase :) But beed to try some others.

    -Ed-
  7. tammy

    tammy New Member

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    duh!
    i use midibuddy!
    its really fast and easy and works well!!
    sometimes a bit frustrating.
    t
  8. murfman

    murfman New Member

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    midis

    Is there any demos we can try out first does anyone know??????
  9. Graeme

    Graeme New Member

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    Re: midis

    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.
  10. CyberCat

    CyberCat Active Member

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    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.
  11. UltraZ9000

    UltraZ9000 New Member

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    There is a free midi making program called Anvil Studio. It's far from the best, but hey, its free :p
  12. CyberCat

    CyberCat Active Member

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    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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