Which Sequencer?

Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by CyberCat, Feb 8, 2003.

  1. CyberCat

    CyberCat Active Member

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    I've tried a few sequencers, but I'd have to say that
    Cakewalk Pro Audio 9 is the way to go when creating
    General MIDI songs.

    It has lots of great freatures few bugs and is Windows
    2000 compadible!

    If you'd like to buy Cakewalk, or want to learn more
    I'd suggust heading over to the official Cakewalk
    site for a more in-depth overview.

    The Cakewalk site is: www.cakewalk.com
  2. stew2413

    stew2413 New Member

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    Yes, Cakewalk products are good... easy to learn and use. However, Sonar is now the latest product on the "Pro Audio" line.
  3. Raging Warrior

    Raging Warrior New Member

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    What's the best sequencing software?

    I want to know the best.
  4. wilburrobert

    wilburrobert New Member

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    I use Fruityloops which i believe is the best sequencer out there full stop! Easy to use and proffesional and cheaper than most!
    But then again your probably gonna dload it anyway. it is definately worth PURCHASING for the free updates
  5. CyberCat

    CyberCat Active Member

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    Is Fruityloops just an audio loop editor, or can it handle MIDI and audio?
  6. mrmidiman

    mrmidiman New Member

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    what sequencer would u recommend for playing back midi files? I use Melody Assistant. But do u think this has the best sound base? I'm looking for a sequencer with a good sound base.

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