#3
Adobe Audition or Audacity maybe?
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No need for that at all, hes asking a question, dumbass.
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Why reported? It's a valid question

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for ease to use Audacity. Ive tried adobe audition but there was way to many features for me to learn
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Pro Tools?
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Cakewalk?

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#12
Cubase 4?
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#14
I'm guessing you want something with a MIDI sequencer aswell, like Garage Band does (I think?)

In which case Cubase, but I think it's a little harder to use than Garage Band.
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You can't report people for being to stupid to understand his question.
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this has been done before, but try Acoustica Mixcraft
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+1 on mixcraft, it has an almost identical interface with the instruments and things, and it's dead easy to use like garageband
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I'm guessing you want something with a MIDI sequencer aswell, like Garage Band does (I think?)

In which case Cubase, but I think it's a little harder to use than Garage Band.


Is there a free version of cubase?? my skwl has it nd i kno how to work most of it.
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Ableton Live


proberly not similar to GarageBand much but it's what i use to make music via my computer.
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Is there a free version of cubase?? my skwl has it nd i kno how to work most of it.

There's always a "free version"

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Is there a free version of cubase?? my skwl has it nd i kno how to work most of it.


no, my school (and now college) has cubase, i investigated furthur, turns out the price is a right rip.

to be honest i suggest just downloading a torrent if your desperate for cubase.
#25
Reaper, Cubase, Pro Tools, Adobe Audition, Ableton Live, Acoustica Mixcraft and more. There are tons of DAWs for Windows.

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for ease to use Audacity. Ive tried adobe audition but there was way to many features for me to learn
Audacity is nothing like Garage Band.
Last edited by Masonpwiley at Nov 16, 2008,
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Why reported? It's a valid question

Cakewalk?


yea but in the wrong place...this should be in R&R where most of the members know exactly whats going on with this type of question.

TS, Audacity is free but not a great program overall...

Reaper is better but isn't free, it's"reasonably priced". Reaper is well worth the price.
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#28
Audacity doesn't break everything up into measures and you can't change the BPM or use VST's and VSTi's. And when you put an EQ or other effect on a track, you can't adjust it later. And there is no MIDI editor.

You can download Reaper for free, but you are supposed to pay for it if you keep it. It just bugs you for a few seconds when you start it up if you don't.
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#29
uhhhh guitar pro?
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Acoustica Mixcraft.

I use it for all my recordings and it's like exactly garagaband.

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uhhhh guitar pro?

Guitar Pro isn't remotely close to Garage Band. It isn't used for the same thing at all.