#1
Hey.

I'm guessing garage band is just for mac and there's not one for windows, but what's a good equivalent (aside from audacity) that's free. I'm not liking audacity and garage band seems to get much better sounds for me, I just don't own it myself so I can't use it regularly (no one in the band has it either)
#5
mixcraft 4, except it costs money.
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#6
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#7
Trak Ax is sort of similar.

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#8
Fruity Loops. I have FL Studio 8 XXL Producer edition and it is awesome
#9
Also . . . Virtual DJ is amazing for messing around / remixing / Mashing up songs.
#11
Unfortunately most of the decent ones for Windows cost a crap load though.
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Meh to make money you gotta spend money..

Just use tuxguitar if money is out of the question . Seriously though i'm not aware if cheap programs, so i just use tux. Couldn't be bothered buying guitar pro either.
#14
Sony ACID Music Studio 7. As an owner, it's excellent. The only reason I'm not using it is because my computer has a terrible soundcard so in addition to lag my recordings sound awful in comparison to my backing tracks.
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