Is there any freeware midi software...?

Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by -Mm-, Oct 20, 2002.

  1. -Mm-

    -Mm- New Member

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    Are there any freeware midi editors around? Wouldn't mind trying one out. :D
  2. yoda

    yoda New Member

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    Pro tools free seems to be a faily good free product
  3. gayatri

    gayatri The only one in the world

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    will this do?

    www.anvilstudio.com

    AnvilStudio is a good program too. There are optional accessories that are not free but in the free software, you can do lot of things: edit+create midi files. Use the audio lab to see sounds waves, etc.
  4. -Mm-

    -Mm- New Member

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    thanks fellas i'll give 'em a bash...
  5. tumeke

    tumeke New Member

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    Try noteworthy composer for something basic.... freeware for about three weeks then they want money
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    skwid New Member

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    noteworthy composer is pretty good because its simple. the demo version isn't that bad either.
  7. Ronny

    Ronny Midi Mad Super Mod! Staff Member Super Mod

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    stumpy_006 New Member

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    thanks :) i'll try it out
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    scorekeeper32 New Member

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    I agree with gayatri that Anvil Studio is a great MIDI sequencing program as well as a great editor. I also use it as my main MIDI player.
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    Mat Bevilacqua New Member

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    noteworthy music composer

    i also use noteworthy....it's great and the demo is quite useful...
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    BlackHawk New Member

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    There is also a MIDI-only, free version of emagic's Logic, called Logic Fun. Very nice if you later decide you want to do more than MIDI - and then you can upgrade to something a little more advanced.

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