Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by mjlx, Sep 1, 2002.
Know any good MIDI Editors (cutting in particular)
master tracks pro was a free download last time i checked the net. also cakewalk and cubase are good.
hope 1 of these work for you.....good luck!
Cubase is great but so EXPEN$IVE. The full version anyway.
yeah cake walk is really good, well its the only thing i have so i have to stick with it, but yeah, its fairly easy to use.
I liked "NoteWorthy Composer" very much. However, it saves the notes slightly differently than shows them on the screen.
Stick with cakewalk 9.03 (preferable) or sonar XL (also known as cakwalk 10)
It is the best choice to use and is available with many plug-ins to enhance your experience...
I use cakewalk 9.03. It's very powerful in midi sequencing and very easy to use. I've been using cakewalk for 5 years now (since v4.5) and I like it....
noteworthy composer is good
cakwalk and cubasevst32 are good
i have this for you if you want
man i should really try cakewalk
i heard ALOT of stuff about it
Logic 5.3 is The most comprehensive midi editor available.
No doubt about it!!
I would say to use cakewalk it is pretty good and hes little to no problems with anything
what does the home version of cakewalk cost?
Do someone knows the homepage of cakewalk...
Anvil Studio is a free Midi editor..
Cakewalk is not bad..
Cubase is probably the best.. SteinBerg/Propellerheads software.. they have a lot of good editors.. even stuff for mixing/dj/beat-box stuff.
sonar 2.0 xl is simply amazing for midi/pro audio! It is expensive but, you certainly get what you pay for!
It comes with a virtual sound canvas (software synth) built in! It dont sound too bad for you guys who dont have good sounfonts or modules.
Quartz is free and does a fine job
Does anyone out there use Sibelius to process midi files? - it is amazing!
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