Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by Trekkie Em, Aug 13, 2004.
I recommend using "Noteworthy Composer". It allows the user to write
their MIDIs in a sheet music format, which most composers will be used to. It also allows
the user to convert MIDI files to sheet music on many channels.
Plus it's very cheap and you can use the trial version pretty much as long as you like.
If you like to add lyrics to your Midi, I would suggest Serenade. It is a good program
i used to use noteworthy a long time ago, now i use Cubase
i have sonar, but i still find cakewalk faster...
Well, the price difference with noteworthy and cubase is about 600-700$ I believe
yea, i tried out the noteworthy demo and liked itlots, so i bought it, i found it quicker to input notes than other software.
I've been using Cakewalk for 7 years now and it's my best friend when it comes to midis.
Noteworthy is good, but if I had money I'd branch out towards Cakewalk Sonar, or maybe Cubase.
I have heard that Cakewalk's good, but I don't have enough money to get it... Oh well.
Cubase is good for midi, but not cheap. Anvil studio as recommended on these boards is free and seems to be a good starter pack.
cakewalk, i find has served well...
Cakewalk 8 has been the program I've been using for quite a few years now, ever since it came on the market. Extremely user friendly.
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