Need some advice

Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by KingRoy, Jul 15, 2003.

  1. KingRoy

    KingRoy New Member

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    Hi there,

    Could someone help me out with some advice? I
    'm going to buy a midi sequencer program soon. I still couldn't decide which one to buy. What do you recommend me?

    Thanx in advance
  2. D!NO

    D!NO New Member

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    Recommend you get your hands on as many demo's as you can and try for yourself. Everyone is going to have a different oppinion on which is the best sequencer, so the best thing is for you to try them out and see for yourself...
    ...Computer Music magazine has all the latest demo's on its cd rom, try that. You can cut out a lot of the lesser known sequencers first and go straight to the main 3...Cubase, Sonar, and Logic
  3. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    Cakewalk Home Studio is an excellent line for beginning composers.
  4. Ole_v2

    Ole_v2 New Member

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    is it not superceeded (sp?) by sonar?
  5. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    Is it not more expensive?
  6. Ole_v2

    Ole_v2 New Member

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    yep, but plasma is cheapy version with no midi facilities taken out. I use Sonar it rocks and i thought home studio was only ok.
  7. jnglboogie

    jnglboogie New Member

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    i agree with above to try as many as you can
    to get a feel for how they (software programs) and you interact
    I have been using cakewalk for years currently sonar 2.0

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