#1
I've recently gotten into Radiohead and Thom Yorke's work. I read he made his solo album by using just a laptop.

I was wondering what kind of software/hardware would Thom use to create the various electronic beats and synth work?

Thanks.
#2
Wrong forum.

Probably something like a synth program, though. If he used solely a computer, that'd be my guess. There's tons of software you can get to compose digitally.
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#3
Yeah I posted in the Rec forum but no one responded to this actually. :Z
Thanks.

Can you recommend me the best programs for digital composition please?

I already use Guitar Pro but I want something new.
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#5
Ableton Live. I always mention this. It is because it is the best. I don't know what Thom Yorke used on The Eraser, but I think he and Johnny Greenwood used Cubase a few times with Radiohead. If you want to make your own laptop music by yourself, Ableton Live or Propellerhead Reason is the best bet.
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#6
Jonny Greenwood also uses MAX for Radiohead.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_(software)

That's ridiculously hard to work with though.
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