Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by -Mm-, Oct 20, 2002.
Are there any freeware midi editors around? Wouldn't mind trying one out.
Pro tools free seems to be a faily good free product
will this do?
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.
thanks fellas i'll give 'em a bash...
Try noteworthy composer for something basic.... freeware for about three weeks then they want money
noteworthy composer is pretty good because its simple. the demo version isn't that bad either.
Try this free programme
thanks i'll try it out
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.
noteworthy music composer
i also use noteworthy....it's great and the demo is quite useful...
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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