#2
Most, if not, all recording programs use midi, so you can take your pick...
#3
Cubase, Sonar, FL, and Logic all have great MIDI support, the one program to avoid for MIDI stuff is Pro Tools.
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Quote by Kid_Thorazine
Cubase, Sonar, FL, and Logic all have great MIDI support, the one program to avoid for MIDI stuff is Pro Tools.


Agreed. And PT isn't that bad for MIDI, but there are plenty of other programs that are easier to use. I also like working with Reason a lot.
#6
I used Cubase all the time for it, and i use it with reason as well, but i tend to use reason more as an isntrument rack for all its synths and smaplers, and do the midi work in cubase...I think cubase is great for it, but yeah theres laods to choose from.
#7
Cubase is easy to get used to, and can do some pretty awesome things, but, i use Ableton Live, because of all of the instruments and effects which are easy to access. The only drawback is that it is very loop orientated.
#8
anyone give me a copy of reason?
i need it for my college work

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