midi sequencing newbie

Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by ApocMWC, Oct 10, 2002.

  1. ApocMWC

    ApocMWC New Member

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    just wondering guys what software you use to sequence your midis
  2. F4ntom

    F4ntom New Member

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    I like to use FruityLoops for sequencing, I'm pretty sure you can use normal MIDI files in it as well.
  3. prinice

    prinice New Member

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    very much a newbie

    i used to have fruityloops, my hd crashed so i lost it. its a great program. i had fun "trying" to sequence tracks like i knew what i was doing. nothing ever sounded right, i guess im not that musically inclined. since i finally have a phone that i can send ringtones to, i want to start making my on ringtones so im here trying to learn how.
    :jawdrop:
  4. DAVE ILL

    DAVE ILL New Member

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    I use Cubase to write my midi
  5. beerbelly

    beerbelly New Member

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    i use cakewalk pro audio 9.

    works good enough but my friends say to use cubase or logic. although logic is a little bit confusing to use, its totally worth the extra effort of learning it. well....thats what they say.


    :thumbsup:
  6. ahmerkhan

    ahmerkhan New Member

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    where can i find these softwares ?
  7. -Mm-

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    I couldn't use fruity loops...i didn't even know how to lengthen notes...lol. But i use Cakewalk 9. It's the best @@!!!
  8. beerbelly

    beerbelly New Member

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    at your nearest computer software store...or you could search it in the net and hope that they have free ware of those softwares.
  9. NigelWilliams

    NigelWilliams New Member

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    I think he means kazaa lol

    Best Regards

    Nigel Williams
  10. legendcasey

    legendcasey New Member

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    Whats the best cakewalk, fruity loops, or cubase???
  11. vlox

    vlox New Member

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    Is it hard to make your own midis?
  12. beerbelly

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    well, for me, kinda at first. but i got the hang of it eventually. what i usually do is i listen to the song and then transcribe.
  13. Esh

    Esh New Member

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    Cakewalk Sonar is happening also if you want midi plus audio tracks. Pricey but worth it.
  14. blu303

    blu303 New Member

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    I think fruityloops is a good tool to have for the price you pay for it(yes i buy my software) it does take time to get to know it but it is a good prog i think:p

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