DoeS AnYoNe UsE CaKeWalK AnYmOrE

Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by davo_1324, Mar 19, 2004.

  1. davo_1324

    davo_1324 New Member

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    So does anyone
    Because i have just finished uni and i have been away from the sequencing world for 4 years :( I have cakewalk 6 coz a friend gave me a copy should i upgrade?
    Cheers
    Davo_1324
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  2. davo_1324

    davo_1324 New Member

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    2 more bucks could some one by any chance lend me some?
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    Neverede New Member

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    There are a lot of people still using Cakewalk 6. If you need to mix audio with your midi, I would suggest upgrading to their Sonar series. I have used Sonar 2 XL in the past when I needed to mix samples with midi, but it isn't that great for live performances. CW 6 is pretty solid for gigs, sans audio. I have since opted for my Korg Triton when doing gigs, but use Sonar to do the prototyping.
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    davo_1324 New Member

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    Thanx dude 4 ya reply i wonder wether i should upgrade i mean how much is it?
    I mean i aint loaded just coming out of uni and all
    Cheers
    Davo_1324
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    Has anyone using Cakewalk upgraded to Sonar 3? I use cakewalk 8 and am thinking about going to Sonar. Any suggestions?
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    davo_1324 New Member

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    I finally upgraded to cakewalk 8 it is impressive but what if i want to use wav.'s i dont get how it works any help?
    Cheers
    Davo_1324
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    Although i'm not good at creating MIDIs...i'm good at editing them...and for this...cakewalk is the best choice
  8. mr_roberto31

    mr_roberto31 New Member

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    Cakewalk

    I use cakewalk for all my sequencing.

    It's a pain in the ass to work out where all the features are, but once you've worked them out it's a breeze.

    I don't mix a lot of audio with my MIDI so I can't really give an opinion of the software in this area.
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    I've used cakewalk a little but I'm still figuring it out. any other suggestions of programs?
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    It depends on what you want to do.

    I've used cakewalk since version 4. Using versions 7 and 9 lately.

    If you have a specific question, then I'd be happy to help. It depends on how you approach your midi creations, and what you hope to achieve. Fire away when ready.
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    Heh, i use cubase sx..............but i agree that it is totally over kill if u just want to sequence midi files. For that, cakewalk should be quite sufficient.
    I record and mix audio as well so thats why i use SX, however Sonar is also a great choice.

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