Looking for a good MIDI Editor

Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by mjlx, Sep 1, 2002.

  1. mjlx

    mjlx New Member

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    Hi everybody,

    Know any good MIDI Editors (cutting in particular)
  2. jimrow

    jimrow New Member

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    editor

    master tracks pro was a free download last time i checked the net. also cakewalk and cubase are good.
  3. wojo222

    wojo222 New Member

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    guitar pro
  4. jimrow

    jimrow New Member

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    hope 1 of these work for you.....good luck!
  5. cincnorad

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    Re: editor

    Cubase is great but so EXPEN$IVE. The full version anyway.
  6. Qam

    Qam New Member

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    Cake walk

    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.
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    I liked "NoteWorthy Composer" very much. However, it saves the notes slightly differently than shows them on the screen.
  8. Wolvie

    Wolvie New Member

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    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...



    Wolvie :boing:
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    midiaxe New Member

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    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....

    -MX
  10. Ralph'e'

    Ralph'e' www.ralphe.tk

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    noteworthy composer is good
  11. dmarcel21

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    cakwalk and cubasevst32 are good

    i have this for you if you want
  12. Soulja

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    man i should really try cakewalk

    i heard ALOT of stuff about it
  13. AjA

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    Logic 5.3 is The most comprehensive midi editor available.

    No doubt about it!!
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    use

    I would say to use cakewalk it is pretty good and hes little to no problems with anything
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    dgem New Member

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    what does the home version of cakewalk cost?
  16. Roland

    Roland New Member

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    Do someone knows the homepage of cakewalk...
  17. taiyeungjai

    taiyeungjai New Member

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    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.

  18. boujohfx

    boujohfx New Member

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    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.

    j
  19. yoda

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    Quartz is free and does a fine job
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    Does anyone out there use Sibelius to process midi files? - it is amazing!

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