Re: Any recomendations for a sound and music making program?
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Posted by Rod on June 21, 2000 at 12:44:18:
In Reply to: Any recomendations for a sound and music making program? posted by Martin on June 21, 2000 at 10:14:59:
Home studio should do what you need. That's what I've been using. I hope to eventually upgrade to Pro Audio but for the time being it's sufficient. It allows you to sync to video, create mp3, etc. The only limitation is the 8 audio tracks. You can record more MIDI tracks than most people would ever need. Check the cakewalk page to see if you can download a demo, I remember downloading a demo version a while back, and it had full functionality except you couldn't save or print anything, but gives you a good feel for the software capability. Feel free to send me an email directly if you need more info on home studio
: I'm new to the world of PC compositions. I would like some info/feedback on any programs to start
: with please. Cakewalk Pro Audio? Cakewalk Home Studio? (I want to make composions/pieces for
: a friend who makes mpeg's and avi's). I'm in the dark on this whole MIDI and digital music software
: thing....Please help to shed some light on this.
: Any input is welcome. Thanks in advance.