My favourite program for MIDI creation

Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by Trekkie Em, Aug 13, 2004.

  1. Trekkie Em

    Trekkie Em New Member

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    I recommend using "Noteworthy Composer". It allows the user to write
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    Trekkie Em New Member

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    their MIDIs in a sheet music format, which most composers will be used to. It also allows
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    Trekkie Em New Member

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    the user to convert MIDI files to sheet music on many channels.
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    Trekkie Em New Member

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    Plus it's very cheap and you can use the trial version pretty much as long as you like.
  5. dmortinsen

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    If you like to add lyrics to your Midi, I would suggest Serenade. It is a good program
  6. dueden

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    i used to use noteworthy a long time ago, now i use Cubase :)
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    darkmark New Member

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    i have sonar, but i still find cakewalk faster...
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    Well, the price difference with noteworthy and cubase is about 600-700$ I believe :D
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    yea, i tried out the noteworthy demo and liked itlots, so i bought it, i found it quicker to input notes than other software.
  10. eldon & betty

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    I've been using Cakewalk for 7 years now and it's my best friend when it comes to midis.
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    Noteworthy is good, but if I had money I'd branch out towards Cakewalk Sonar, or maybe Cubase.
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    I have heard that Cakewalk's good, but I don't have enough money to get it... Oh well.
  13. johnrowley

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    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.
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    d3fy_one New Member

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    cakewalk, i find has served well...
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    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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