What's the best midi maker?

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by Kake, Jun 13, 2004.

  1. Kake

    Kake New Member

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    What do you think is the best midi maker, no more than $20? I just need something decent that is easy to figure out yet not way too limiting. Also preferably one that will let me edit it via piano roll AND musical staff.

    Thanks a bundle.

    -Kake
  2. Luiza*Cunha

    Luiza*Cunha Charmed Trainee with Goa'uld inside! Staff Member Super Mod

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    I think you can find your answer HERE. ;)
  3. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    Heh. :thumbsup:
  4. brian1711

    brian1711 New Member

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    I like Logic Audio.
  5. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    The problem is that the program costs more than the limit that this member is looking for. I don't think the $99 bundle (most tools do not even deal with MIDI) is what we're after.
  6. ragamagic

    ragamagic New Member

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    in my opinion its cubase
  7. Graeme

    Graeme New Member

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    Read the question - CuBase costs just a little bit more than $20!!
  8. Rufio

    Rufio New Member

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    I had always assumed it was higher.
  9. Black_Kat

    Black_Kat Horny Hornist

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    I'll have to go with Lu ;) Anvil Studio is what I have, (the freeware version) and the only thing that I can't seem to figure out how to do is change the tempo of the song. It just sets it at one same tempo.
  10. KevinM

    KevinM New Member

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    I use Cakewalk for MIDI programming and Cubase for the audio recording parts.

    If you have external gear (and recorder) and want to work with just MIDI, go for cakewalk.

    If you want to use software samplers, cubase or logic is the way.
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