The Best Sequencing

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by GNIUZ79, Aug 30, 2003.

  1. GNIUZ79

    GNIUZ79 New Member

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    HEY PEEPS,
    WHAT'S THE BEST SEQUENCING SOFTWARE OUT
    CAUSE I WANNA START SEQUENCE A COUPLE JOINTS

    THANKZ IN ADVANCE
  2. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    First, toggle off your Caps Lock key. Second, read this thread.
  3. songer

    songer New Member

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    powertracks???
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  5. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    Cakewalk, Cubase, Edirol, Sibelius, Anvil Studio, etc. Execute a Google search for dozens, if not hundreds, more.
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    speedyg82 New Member

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    fasttracker!
  7. Paganpaul

    Paganpaul New Member

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    Finale2003 or Sibelius if you're interesting in nice scores
  8. auspierre

    auspierre New Member

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    Depends whether you want a basic starter program of a full featured one. I use Sonar which is the latest version of Cakewalk, and find I can do almost anything with it - but it takes some time to learn, and lots of patience!!
  9. Orpheus

    Orpheus New Member

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    that's right!
  10. saxsinger

    saxsinger New Member

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    cakewalk has been the best one I've used so far; it works fairly easily for my needs...

    best bet is for you to try different ones and use the one most comfortable for you :)
  11. non_prophet

    non_prophet Guest

    cakewalk works well, like the name implies it is really easy to use and if you want to integrate audio, cakewalk sonar is the way to go.
  12. johnrowley

    johnrowley Member

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    Finale Amdaeus reads scores very well and is a lot cheaper than Sibelius! As Zandro said there are lots of software out there and some are cheap to very expensive. I personally use Cubase as it works for me.

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