Midi Program..

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  1. sapphirekitt

    sapphirekitt New Member

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    I'm really new at this...just wondering what program should i use?..
  2. poolman712

    poolman712 New Member

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    depends on what you want to do but van basco is a good start
  3. Graeme

    Graeme New Member

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    Surely, that¡s only a midi player. For recording/making midi's try a search for "midi sequencer" and see how many bits of software that throws up :) .

    Download a few demo versions and see which one suits best the way you like to work.
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    Basic midi like Cakewalk, or Cubase. Anvilstudio is a free one on the net which is popular. Give them a try. Need a reasonably good sound card to produce the sounds.
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    CyberCat Active Member

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    Yup, give this one a try first.
    www.anvilstudio.com

    You can also invest in a sound module, then you won't have to worry about the quality of the sound card as much.

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